mjunction organizes the 11TH Indian Coal Markets Conference

mjunction organizes the 11TH Indian Coal Markets Conference
Premier International Conference focusing on the issues of the consumers of coal
Kolkata, September , 2016: mjunction services ltd,a joint venture between Tata steel and SAIL, country’s largest e-market place for coal and steel is hosting the11thInternational Coal Markets Conference. This is a leading annual gathering of Indian policymakers, coal producers, coal traders, mine developers,operators, shipping & logistics companies, coal technology providers, analysts and the consumers of coal from across sectors like cement, power, steel and paper.
The conference seeks to highlightthe challengesplaguing the coal industry this year and bring about a resolution for the same. mjunction’sexpertise and experience in intensive research and tracking of the coal market, as conducted via the ‘India Coal Market Watch’ monthly reports and ‘Coal Insights’ printed reports enables them to remainup to date with the current market issues. All such relevant topics catering to the delegates shall be the key point at this conference.
mjunction CEO Mr Vinaya Varma said in the welcome address, “The Indian power sector and hence the coal market is undergoing a rapid change in terms of structure and mix. On one hand, the lukewarm demand facing the thermal power plants and the low PLF remain a big concern. On the other hand, the rapid progress in solar and renewables comes as a possible disruptor. All these developments will have an immense impact on the coal and allied industries. It is interesting to see how the coal sector prepares itself to face the changing dynamics.
“In this context, the 11th Indian Coal Markets Conference is going to be a good platform for the policymakers, industry and other stakeholders to brainstorm the better way to move ahead, in making good progress for the economy as a whole, but with minimal impact on the existing structures”.
He also added that there has been notable increase in solar power generation which is giving a stiff competition to the coal market. At the 11th Indian Coal Markets Conference we will search for answersfrom 41 eminent speakers across the globe to issues the industry is currently facing.
The event has been segmented into nine sessions to be conducted by eminent panelists including industry stalwarts, policymakers and pioneers of coal and allied industries, through a period of two days.
Though the sales outlook of CIL for 2017-18 looks positive , the sector is being threatened by a host of other issues such as health of discoms, downgrading of mines due to quality concerns, challenges from renewable sector, poor demand from thermal power companies among others. 41 eminent speakers from across the globe will share their thoughts on these concerns over a period of two days.
The conference will be followed by mjunction’s 8th Indian Coal Markets Awards Nightorganized in association with the Cement Manufacturers’ Association. Industry participants, under various service categories – Coal Importer/Coal Port Performer/Coal Inspection Agency/Coal Mining Contractor among others are to be awarded based on their performance depending on a voting process open to all the Industry participants.
This is the only extensive platform that caters to the consumer organizations to know about the prevalent trends in this particular industry – the production, consumption, demand, prices and global situations, by hearing from the top policymakers. The event is the best potential ground for business networking and also offers scope for the service providers to meet prospective delegates.

September 12, 2017
Registration: 8.00- 9.00

Session 1: 9.00-10.45:

Inaugural Session:


• Is the short-term surplus in coal leading to long-term shortage?
• When will the discoms regain health and augment coal demand?
• What will be the role of coal in India’s changing energy-mix?


9.00-9.15: Vinaya Varma, CEO, mjunction services limited

9.15-9.35: Inaugural address:

Power’scoal anorexia: What has happened to the power sector’s growth story?
Speaker: Kulamani Biswal, Director (Finance), NTPC Ltd


Sustainable use of coal as a source of energy

Speaker: Partha S Bhattacharyya, former chairman, Coal India Ltd (CIL)

9.55-10.15: Special address:

Don’t write off coal amid the renewables boom

Speaker: Benjamin Sporton, CEO, World Coal Association (WCA)

10.15-10.35: Keynote address:
Looking beyond 2020: How is CIL bracing up for competition?

Speaker: S N Prasad, Director (Marketing), Coal India Ltd (CIL)

10.35-10.45:Q+A Session

10.45-11.00: Coffee Break

Session 2: 11.00-12.30


• What is the mid-term price outlook for spot coal market?
• How is coal bracing up for competition from renewables?
• What is the industry’s outlook for India’s shrinking imports?

Chairman: John Howland, Managing Director of Coal, IHS Markit


With China breathing life into the market, who wants India on board?

Speaker: Rodrigo Echeverri, Head of Energy Coal Analysis, Noble Group


With renewables picking up, will thermal coal prices head for a trough post 2020?

Speaker: Freddie Staermose, VP, Generating Fuels and Dry Bulks, Argus Media


India’s dilemma: Domestic versus imported coal – in search of a perfect balance

Speaker:John Howland, Managing Director of Coal, IHS Markit


Can ASEAN countries boost demand for seaborne coal in the medium term?

Speaker: Deepak Kannan, Managing Editor, Thermal Coal, S&P Global Platts

12.20-12.30:Q+A Session

Lunch Break: 12.30-13.30

Session 3: 13.30-15.20


• How far can India augment its domestic supply through beneficiation?
• Does the industry need a churn-out to optimise its met coal use?
• What is the best procurement-mix through contract and spot market?

Chairman: Pankaj Mittal, VP, mjunction services limited


Taking stock: India’s met coal and coke demand and supply outlook

Speaker: R Nagarajan, ED (Services), Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL)


Global met coal prices – dancing to the Dragon’s tune?

Speaker: Sandeep Bhargava, Director, Avani Resources


Coal Block Auction – ways to improve attractiveness & participation

Speaker: Somesh Biswas, Chief, Raw Material Strategy Group, Tata Steel Ltd


The future of coal preparation and alternative sources of met coal for Indian steel mills

Speaker: S.K. Basak, ED (Collieries division), SAIL


Global met coke market: The current scenario and future outlook

Speaker:Subhashis Chakravorty, CEO, Kineta Global

15.10-15.20:Q+A Session

Coffee Break: 15.20-15.35

Session 4: 15.35-17.05


• Will central power utilities stop coal imports altogether?
• Did India overestimate its power demand growth?
• How much coal will the utilities consume by 2030?

Chairman: Partha S Bhattacharyya, former chairman, CIL


The changing dynamics in Indian thermal power sector: Stressed assets, low tariff and other woes

Speaker: Abhijit Sarkar, VP, M N Dastur & Co.


Power demand and supply – current position and mid and long term outlook

Speaker: S K Agrawal, Group Head – Central Coal Procurement, Vedanta


Washing the high ash coal – who will bell the cat?

Speaker: R K Sachdev, president, Coal Preparation Society of India (CPSI)


UMPP: Is this still the key for growth of Indian power sector?

Speaker: Ashok Dasgupta, President, IPPAI

16.55-17.05: Q+A Session

Session 5: 17.05-18.05


Chairman: John Howland, Managing Director of Coal, IHS Markit

South Africa’s coal exports to India: Past trend and future outlook

Speaker: Dr. Tsengwa Nombasa, Executive Head (coal operations), Exxaro

South African mining output and reserves to support domestic and international demand

Speaker: Divyesh Kalan, Executive Head, Makoya Group

Rail capacity creation and sustaining performance to support coal exports and investments

Speaker: Lloyd Tobias, COO, Transnet Freight Rail

Port operations in support exports of coal for Junior and mid-tier Miners

Speaker: Bongani Biyela, CEO, Richards Bay Terminal Grindrod

18.15-21.30: Awards night and Cocktail Dinner

September 13, 2017
Session 6: 9.30-10.55


• How profitable will be commercial coal mining on Indian soil?
• Will it bring a dynamic pricing model for coal in India?

• What will be the impact on consuming sectors?

Chairman: Rana Som, chairman, Bengal Birbhum Energy


Reinventing the wheel or a fresh start?

Speaker: Niladri Bhattacharjee,Partner,KPMG


Commercial coal mining: Prospects and challenges

Speaker: R P Ritolia, Advisor, Swayambhu Natural Resources Pvt Ltd (SNRL)


Safety First:How will therevisedsafety criteria in mining equipment import norms impact Indian miners’ procurement strategies?

Speaker: P K Sarkar, DG, DGMS


Panel discussion:

Learnings from captive block auctions: Tuktuk Bansal, AVP, SBI Caps

10.45-10.55:Q+A session

Coffee Break: 10.55-11.10

Session 7: 11.10-13.00


• What is the outlook for the ocean freight rates?
• Transport cost from east to west coast higher than cost of importing from China?
• What ails Railway’s new connectivity projects and DFC?
• As of 2016-17, the 12 major ports have an idle capacity of nearly 40%

Chairman: V K Arora, Chief Mentor, KCT Group


Tracking the international sea freight rates: A mid-term outlook

Speaker: John Kearsey, Head of Research, Simpson Spence and Young


How will Indian Railways win back coal freight from road?

Speaker: H S Bajwa, Director – TT, Railway Board


International maritime/shipping industry: short and mid-term outlook

Speaker:D.K.Nanda, Chief, Quality Management, Marketing & Sales, TMILL


How to reduce India’s high shipping and logistics costs

Speaker:Rahul Sharan, Lead Analyst, Drewry Maritime


The riddle of India’s reducing coal imports and increasing port capacity

Speaker: S Balaji Arunkumar, Dy chairman, Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT)

12.50-13.00:Q+A Session

Lunch: 13.00-14.00

Session 8: 14.00-15.30


Chairman: Dr.S P Gon Chaudhuri, President, NB Institute for Rural Technology


Impact of renewables on the energy basket and clean coal technology

Harsh Sachdev, Managing Director, S&T Mining


Solar power: A panacea or disruptor for India’s future energy mix?

Speaker: Ivan Saha, President &CTO, Vikram Solar Private Limited


Renewable energy storage: Opportunities and challenges

Speaker: Dr. Dipak Sen Chowdhury, Advisor, Technology& Innovation, Exide Industries Ltd


CBM: Will it be India’s answer to shale gas?

Speaker: Vilas Tawde, Project Director, CBM, Essar Oil

15.20-15.30: Q+A Session

Session 9: 15.30-17.00


• Can steam coal regain its share in cement if pet coke prices soar?
• Will increased quality assurance bring back cement makers to CIL?
• What will be the impact of GST on coal consumers?

Chairman: Dr A K Singh, Principal scientist, CIMFR


How will the increased number of refineries change the pet coke market in India?

Speaker: Sanjay Kumar, Group Head (procurement), Lafarge-Holcim


Quality issues in coal: how effective is third-party sampling?

Speaker: Dr A K Singh, Principal scientist, CIMFR


Indian cement industry: coal consumption trend and outlook

Speaker: S R Rajan, Dy Executive Director (Commercial), Dalmia Cement East Ltd / OCL India Ltd

16.30-16.40:Q+A Session

Vote of Thanks: Pankaj Mittal, VP, mjunction services limited

Coffee Break: 16.45-17.00



ivape.in has helped over 1 million smokers quit smoking

ivape.in has helped over 1 million smokers quit smoking
August 2017: Mumbai based start-up ivape.in is a leading vaping brand in India. It was incorporated in 2014 with a vision to help people quit smoking and to ensure that vaping products are affordable and accessible to the Indian population.
Vaping is a term used to describe the inhaling and exhaling of vapour produced by an electronic battery-powered device which is a healthier alternative to smoking the hazardous cigarettes.
There are approximately 108 million smokers in India; tobacco is the second highest cause of disability, WHO also calls tobacco a gradual killer. Many addicts are looking for a healthier option and ivape.in has helped over 1 million smokers switch to vaping
Speaking on the occasion Nilesh Jain, Founder, ivape.in said, “There is very little awareness about vaping as a cleaner alternative. At ivape.in it is our endeavor to help smokers quit tobacco out of will and not compulsion. We use only FDA approved flavors in our e-liquids which are meticulously handcrafted at our ISO 9001 certified manufacturing unit.”
Since inception, ivape.in witnessed a month-on-month sales revenue growth of 10-15 percent. And being a pioneer in India’s vaping industry, ivape.in aims to create a widespread awareness about vaping to help the millions of tobacco addicts in India.
Smoking versus Vaping:

In India, the government is skeptical about legalizing vaping. However studies in the west show that vaping is 95 percent less harmful than smoking tobacco based cigarette. Recently in the US
The Food and Drug Administration announced a roadmap to reduce deaths from tobacco, and tobacco-related disease. According to the body, more than 480,000 deaths in the US are caused by tobacco every year. The FDA in the United States wants people to switch to a healthier alternative like vaping. The greatest health hazard of cigarettes is the smoke that it produces, it also contains harmful chemicals like cyanide, carbon monoxide and methanol. These primarily affect the heart and arteries. Vaping doesn’t not contain any of the harmful chemicals, experts also believe that through vaping the physiological need of nicotine reduces as body undergoes a, weaning-off effect. Vaping also doesn’t leave the foul smell and taste of burnt tobacco.

Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages recognized for its efforts to train 50,000 women towards economic empowerment Company winsthe Bureaucracy TodayCSR Excellence Award

Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages recognized for its efforts to train 50,000 women towards economic empowerment
Company winsthe Bureaucracy TodayCSR Excellence Award

August 2017: Amidst hundreds of nominations from companies in India, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd(HCCB)won the Bureaucracy Today CSR Excellence Award 2017 under the category of Women Empowerment. The award recognizes HCCB’s efforts in training 50,000 women to help them become economically independent. HCCB is one of India’s largest FMCG companies and it uses its infrastructure, resources and supply chain to train women in areas like digital literacy, retail skills, basic IT, Tally, English speaking, personality development and job readiness. It also supports education of women on farming methods like Ultra High Density Plantation. Partners like NIIT Foundation, Jain Irrigation and AA Edutech and others have supported HCCB in this endeavour. HCCB also engages with Self Help Groups (SHGs) who come together for a collective decision of starting a small scale business by generation of funds through mutual savings.

Accepting the award, Mr. Umesh Malik, Vice President, Public Affairs, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, said, “Our goal is to align our business interests to the wellbeing of the communities where we operate. The company is focused on creating “shared value” in three critical areas – water, women and community wellbeing. We are happy that communities and civil society are seeing value in what we bring to the table. Your appreciation gives us the motivation to continue the drive”.

The award was presented at a function at Le Meridien, Delhi by Shri BandaruDattatreya, Hon’ble Union Minister for Labour& Employment, Govt of India. Several dignitaries, celebrities, opinion makers and corporate leaders were present at the event.

About Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd

Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd, is one of India’s largest FMCG manufacturing and distribution companies. It is responsible for the manufacture, package, sale and distribution of beverages under the trademarks of The Coca-Cola Company. The Company owns and operates 21 factories. It also sources from and supports 11 contract packers’ plants. A network of 4,000 distributors and 2million retail outlets distribute the high quality, great tasting beverages manufactured by Hindustan Coca-Cola.

The Company has always placed high value on good citizenship and to that end, is supporting communities by enhancing skills of rural youth through Career Development Centre, improving the lives of communities around its bottling plant by very focused intervention in the areas of access to safe drinking water, sanitation and promoting sustainable agriculture through Integrated Watershed Management Projects under Public-Private-Community partnerships.

STAR BHARAT inspires the nation to ‘Bhula de darr’.

Press Release

STAR BHARAT inspires the nation to ‘Bhula de darr’.

Mumbai, August 20, 2017: Star India, announced the launch of STAR BHARAT from the 28th of August 2017, 6 pm onwards. Star Bharat will showcase inspirational stories about journeys of strong and fearless characters that rise for the collective.

Celebrating the many facets of Fearless India, STAR BHARAT unveils a content line up with strong, rooted icons and differentiated programming that is in line with the brand’s philosophy of “Bhula ke darr, kuch alag kar”.

Om Shanti Om: For the first time on Indian television, a channel will celebrate the essence of devotional music with a contemporary twist. A devotional music reality show where tradition meets trendy, creating ‘trenditional’ music. The show will depict the musical journey of 14 voices that will give a contemporary touch to devotional songs and unify audiences across the country with their renditions. Produced by Colosceum, the show will mark the debut of Swami Baba Ramdev on television as the Maha Judge. While the esteemed panel of judges will include Bollywood sensation Sonakshi Sinha, singer and music director Shekhar Ravjiani, and singer Kanika Kapoor.

Kya Haal Mr. Panchaal? –1 Saas. 1 Son. 5 Brides. Boon or bane? Kya Haal Mr. Panchaal? is a comedy of errors where a mother’s quest for the perfect bride lands her with five. See how a desperate mother’s prayer for the ‘perfect’ bride with 5 essential qualities gets answered in the form of 5 women with 5 different qualities. What follows is a series of funny events. Sometimes getting more than what you ask for can be a curse! Created in association with Optimystix, ‘Kya Haal Mr. Panchal?’ is a rib-tickling comedy starring Kanchan Gupta as the saas and Manindar Singh as the son.

Nimki Mukhiya- Set in Bihar this is a story of a village that has been ruled by men for years. Women here are confined mostly to being home makers. But a wind of change is about to set in. Call it opportunity or sheer luck, for the first time ever the state will witness something extraordinary. A naïve and bubbly young girl, Nimki, who loves to day dream and is unaware of the world outside her house, is about to take on the responsibility of her village and become the Mukhiya. The show is a journey of self realization that power to change oneself as well as the environment we live lies within. Nimki’s unexpected position as the Mukhiya gives a comical twist to situations.

Saam Daam Dand Bhed- Saam Daam Dand Bhed is the personal journey of Vijay Namdhari, played by Bhanu Uday, a high-potential but misguided youth who doesn’t know what he wants from life. This family drama, based in a fictitious town in India, is produced by Shakuntalam Telefilms. When a storm shatters his life, Vijay finally finds the courage to fight back and protect his family. The show will trace his transformation from a carefree youngster into a political leader, who becomes the inspiration to many.

Ayushman Bhav- Set against the backdrop of Mathura, Ayushman Bhav is a gripping story of Krish. The show depicts the poignant tale of an eight-year-old boy whose childhood is not as simple as others’. Like other children his age, Krish plays with toys and games but he also harbors a burning desire to seek justice for the wrong doings in his past life. Produced by White Horse International, the revenge drama stars popular child artist Ricky Patel as the lead and Avinash Sachdeva, Megha Gupta, and Manish Goel as cast members.

Star Bharat’s launch campaign ‘Mat kar’ is based on a simple yet powerful insight on how we unknowingly allow different kinds of fears to creep into our minds and how these fears end up in stopping us from pursuing our dreams.

‘Mat kar’, an oft repeated phrase in Indian society refers to a pull-back factor. Pulling back from free flowing fun, nurturing a dream, making a life choice or simply following one’s instincts. The film, conceptualized by Star India’s creative team and directed by Shimit Amin of Chak De fame, takes us through various scenarios, some significant and some apparently not so, all of which play on fear. Star Bharat’s answer to “Mat kar” leading to fear is a resounding ‘Bhula de darr’…

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A new beginning



ALTBalaji brings you India’s biggest cover up, Bose -Dead/Alive

ALTBalaji brings you India’s biggest cover up, Bose -Dead/Alive

ALTBalaji unravels India’s best kept secret, the conspiracy behind Subhash Chandra Bose on 18th Aug

TRAILER OUT on 18th August only on ALTBalaji #ALTBalajiOriginal
Friday, 15th August: ALTBalaji has done it again by bringing together lethal combination of Hansal Mehta- Rajkummar Rao for their next show “Bose- Dead/Alive.” The two have always resulted in making award winning as well as path breaking movies such as Shahid, Citylights and Aligarh to name a few. The power duo is back together with their next project with Ekta Kapoor, albeit in a completely different platform, one that is digital in nature, for India’s largest online video platform for original shows- ALTBalaji. Apart from taking the web world by storm, it is the subject that is bringing them together which is sure to be a talking point as the show is an unraveling of one of the greatest heroes of our country, Subhash Chandra Bose and India’s biggest coverup so far!

Ekta Kapoor affirms that, “Subhash Chandra Bose was one of the greatest freedom fighters of our country. His story is exciting, extra ordinary and one that deserves to be told with great pride. It may also be India’s biggest cover ups till date. His sudden disappearance still remains a mystery. After doing immense research into the life of Subhash Chandra Bose, we realized that this story needs to be showcased. Therefore, it was befitting for the same to be a part of ALTBalaji’s mobile platform. There is no better combination suited for this series other than Hansal Mehta and Rajkummar Rao. The two bring out the best in each other and this de classified re telling of theBose tale is sure to exemplify the same.”

Speaking on the same, national award winning creator of the show, Hansal Mehta says that, “The show is not another boring biography. It is the unveiling of India’s biggest cover ups. It is a fast paced, gripping tale on a man whose trajectory is one of the most fascinating stories ever. The web series is structured like a thriller, so while one will learn about his life, it will also leave you on the edge of the seat. Our intention is to portray Bose as a contemporary hero, a rebel who worked in different ways, thereby making him relevant and a part of today’s youth, and the best medium to do so was via ALTBalaji.”

Check out the latest video posted by ALTBalaji on their social media platforms:

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Nuvoco’s Jojobera Cement Plant organizes PF awareness programme

Press Release

Nuvoco’s Jojobera Cement Plant organizes PF awareness programme

August 2017: Nuvoco’s Jojobera Cement Plant (JCP) organized an awareness programme on Provident Fund (PF) contribution for employees at JCP conference room. Safi Ahmad, Assistant PF Commissioner and Rajib Chatterjee Senior Officer (PF) explained about the importance and benefit of PF contribution.

While addressing the gathering Mr Ahmad said that any claim will be settled within three days subject to proper documentation. To ensure speedy clearance everyone should link their PF with Aadhar card, Pan Card and bank account. He also informed about the various employee benefits that are available to employees like widow and child pension, advance for marriage, education and medical emergency. Additionally employees can withdraw money for purchase of house. Talking about the initiative Manoj Agarwal, Senior Vice President JCP is of the opinion that these kind of awareness programmes are very beneficial to the employees as they get to know about the various benefits that are available to them at the same time can clear their doubts from the concerned authorities directly. The programme was a huge success as large number of officers and contract employees turned up for the event.

Photo Caption: (R to L) Safi Ahmad Assistant PF Commissioner; Rajib Chatterjee Senior Officer (PF); along with the employees.

About Nuvoco

Nuvoco Vistas Corp. Ltd. (formerly Lafarge India Limited), is a leading manufacturer and retailer of construction materials with a vision to build a safer, smarter and more sustainable world. Nuvoco started operations in India in 1999 and has since emerged as one of the major players in India; a reputation that is built on the foundations of Quality, Innovation and Trust. Today it has an installed capacity of around 10.92 MTPA with six cement plants in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan and West Bengal; and a pan-India presence in the ready-mix concrete (RMX) business with close to 70 plants across the country. Our operational focus is currently across two business divisions; in Cement we are amongst one of the leading players in Eastern, Central and North India; with high performance blended cement variants. Our premium product portfolio includes The Original Jojobera PSC, Concreto, Duraguard, Duraguard Microfiber, and Infracem. We have also forayed into value added products like construction chemicals, wall fill solutions and cover blocks. Our Ready-Mix Concrete is trusted alike by large developers, small contractors, builders, architects, government agencies, and individual house builders. The premium product range comprises Mega™ Series, Mega™ LWC, InstaMix, Artevia™, Agilia™. Guided by the enduring principles of safety for its employees and social responsibility for the community, the company is charting new roads in providing solutions to meet the country’s infrastructure needs. [www.nuvoco.in]

Tenali Rama is trapped between the two wives of King Krishnadevraya

Tenali Rama is trapped between the two wives of King Krishnadevraya

Pandit Rama Krishna a.k.a Tenali Rama has gained a lot of popularity because of his wit and humor. With each episode Tenali Rama gives out solution to the toughest problems in a quirky way. But this time Tenali Rama is stuck in between the two queens and he has to choose one queen who would get the exquisite Mangtikka sent by Queen of Sundergarh.

In the Darbaar of Vijaynagar, King Krishnadevraya (Manav Gohil) receives a very precious a very exquisite Sindoor pat (Maang tikka) as a gift from Sundergarh Kingdom. The Queen of Sundergarh wanted King Krishnadevraya off her kingdom and as a symbol of peace she sent a Maang tikka. Though the king accepts the offer, he is now in a dilemma as he has two wives and he can’t upset one wife by giving the Maangtikka to the other wife. Krishnadevraya who wants to be fair in his decision asks Rama to make the decision and choose who should get the Sindoor pat.

Will Rama be able to make a fair decision or will he upset one of the Queens?

Krishna Bharadwaj who plays the role of Tenali Rama said, “Being a courtesan in the Darbar, Rama makes sure that he keeps everyone happy. But this time Rama have to please both the Queens. It’s a tough decision for him but it will lead to interesting and hilarious situation.”

To know how Rama will deal with this situation, Tune into Tenali Rama, Monday to Friday, 8pm only on Sony SAB!!