Maharshi: Mahesh Babu to sport three different looks in Vamshi Paidipally’s filmMaharshi is the upcoming film of Mahesh Babu, which is directed by Vamshi Paidipally. Pooja Hegde is playing the female lead in the film.advertisement India Today Web Desk ChennaiApril 13, 2019UPDATED: April 13, 2019 10:55 IST Mahesh Babu in MaharshiMahesh Babu’s upcoming film Maharshi, which is the most anticipated project in Tollywood this year, is gearing up for release. The film has been in the making for a long time now, and it is set to hit the screens in May.Much of the details about the film are kept under wraps. However, it is now revealed that Mahesh Babu will be seen in three different avatars in the upcoming film. He will be seen as a student, multi-millionaire and as a common man in the film. For each role, the actor will sport a different makeover, according to industry buzz.In #Maharshi, @urstrulyMahesh will be seen in three different avatars – as a millionaire, a student and a common man. He will sport three different looks.The film is about the journey of MB’s character Rishi.Haricharan Pudipeddi (@pudiharicharan) April 13, 2019Maharshi marks the first collaboration of Mahesh Babu and director Vamshi Paidipally but the two seems to have bonded well. Mahesh Babu’s daughter Sitara and Vamshi’s daughter have also become good friends.Recently, Mahesh Babu, Jr NTR and Ram Charan went to the birthday bash of Vamshi’s wife at their residence. The Telugu heroes also took their family members along with them.Maharshi has Pooja Hegde, Allari Naresh, and Meenakshi Dixit in lead roles. Devi Sri Prasad is composing the music for the film.ALSO READ | Mahesh Babu hangs out with Karthi on Maharshi sets. See unmissable photosALSO READ: Leaked videos from Maharshi shooting spot leave Mahesh Babu and team in shockadvertisementALSO WATCH | Decoding the Telugu superstar Mahesh BabuGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byP Kirubhakar Tags :Follow MaharshiFollow mahesh babu
Aiming to deal with a variety of problems plaguing the mechanisms at the United Nations for redressing staff grievances and dealing with misconduct, an independent panel of experts today issued a series of recommendations for overhauling the world body’s system of internal justice.The report was requested by the General Assembly after the Secretary-General Kofi Annan in a landmark reform report pointed to the need for change, saying the internal justice system “is slow and cumbersome, and fails to strike the necessary balance between effective managerial control and staff members’ right to due process.”The Redesign Panel, as the experts are known, said the current system is not efficient, effective, independent or well-resourced and said a “fundamental overhaul” is needed for managerial reform at the UN to succeed.Wide-ranging interviews held worldwide with a variety of countries, staff members, staff unions, managers and others revealed agreement on this point.“Rather than introducing minor changes to the actual, current system, a major overhaul should be decided and implemented by the Organization,” panel member Diego Garcia-Sayan of Peru told reporters at a press conference in New York.The Panel report, which is headed to the UN General Assembly, puts forward a series of recommendations, including strengthening informal systems of justice, merging the different ombudsman offices that exist within the UN system, and making greater use of a new structure that includes them all. “This will prevent a lot of conflicts from developing to the point where they enter the formal system, so that they can be settled and solved early, when they emerge,” explained Mr. Garcia-Sayan.The current appeals system “doesn’t work,” he said, calling it “too costly, too cumbersome in its procedures, [with] too many people involved.” These bodies should be abolished and replaced with a two-tier system made up of a dispute tribunal based in several parts of the world and an appeals tribunal.“All this would mean simplification of procedures, a streamlining of resources that are today spread all around different bodies and organizations.”Kingsley Moghalu of Nigeria, another panel member, said the experts had found that staff members in the field had “no clue” about their rights about internal justice: “A lot of frustrations, but nobody knows where to go, what to do.” The new United Nations dispute tribunal would be based not only in New York, Geneva and Vienna but in other duty stations, such as in Nairobi, Santiago and Bangkok.The new system, if adequately resourced, will offer redress to staff grievances and deal with staff or managerial misconduct far more quickly and effectively than the system currently in place, the experts said. As such, they said in a news release, it will be significantly more cost-effective than the present system, “which is costly, in terms of time, staff dissatisfaction and the reputation of the Organization.”In addition to Mr. Garcia-Sayan and Mr. Moghalu, the other independent experts serving on the panel are Mary Gaudron of Australia, Louise Otis of Canada and Ahmed El-Kosheri of Egypt.