Dabangg 3: Salman Khan gears up to shoot intense courtroom scenes

first_imgDabangg 3: Salman Khan gears up to shoot intense courtroom scenesSalman Khan will be shooting for extensive courtroom scenes for around 15 days for Dabangg 3. The scenes will be shot in three locations in Mumbai’s Film City.advertisement India Today Web Desk New DelhiJuly 11, 2019UPDATED: July 11, 2019 13:46 IST Salman Khan will be reprising the role of Inspector Chulbul Pandey in Dabangg 3.Salman Khan’s next, Dabangg 3, will have extensive courtroom scenes for which the actor will shoot for around 15 days. The scenes will be shot in Mumbai’s Film City.After around a month shoot in Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh in April, the Dabangg 3 team has been shooting the film in Mumbai. It will now be shot at three different locations in Mumbai’s Film City.A source close to the development told Deccan Chronicle, “There are locations like the courtroom, and locations outside the court as well where scenes are to be filmed. This is the first time that any film in the Dabangg series will have extensive courtroom scenes; Salman is slated to shoot for half a month at these locations.”After wrapping up the Mumbai shoot, the Bharat actor will flew to Abu Dhabi and one more place to shoot for three songs with Sonakshi Sinha. The source said, “Salman will wrap up the songs and will then move on to shoot for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film. His company has a good deal from Abu Dhabi, and he prefers shooting there as he gets huge subsidies when he shoots for his film productions there. He virtually does not spend a penny when shooting in UAE.”The film also has flashback scenes in which Salman Khan will be shown as young Chulbul Pandey before joining the Police. The actor had to lose 7 kg to portray the character. A source close to the development had told an entertainment website, “He has to prepare for the next schedule of Dabangg 3. He has always maintained a certain level of fitness but for the third schedule, which goes on floors in July, Salman will be sporting a much sharper and chiselled look.”advertisementDabangg 3 is being directed by Prabhudheva and will hit the screens on December 20 this year. It also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Mahesh Manjrekar’s daughter Ashwami Manjrekar and Kichcha Sudeep, among others.ALSO READ | Salman Khan to lose 7kg for Dabangg 3 flashback scenesALSO READ | Salman Khan and Aamir Khan are in Andaz Apna Apna sequel, confirms writer Dilip ShuklaALSO READ | Salman Khan: I want children, but I don’t want the motherALSO WATCH | A look at Salman Khan’s controversial lifeGet 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 byJyoti Kanyal Tags :Follow Salman KhanFollow Dabangg 3last_img read more

Water management during closure done right at Eskay Creek

first_imgBarrick says its “water management is as crucial and important after a mine closes as it is during a mine’s active life cycle. We must return the environment to a stable condition in accordance with strict permit requirements, moving towards the ultimate goal of protecting the long-term viability of the land and water.”“We recognize that our responsibility to local stakeholders and the environment doesn’t end when mining activity does,” says Patrick Malone, Barrick’s Vice President of Environment. “Part of building partnerships of real depth means making good on our commitment to return the land and water to a stable state, and our Eskay Creek closure site is a great example of that.”Located in northern British Columbia, Canada, Eskay Creek operated from 1994 through 2008 and produced more than 3.3 Moz of gold. The operation benefited the Tahltan First Nation, providing employment and supplier contract opportunities. 34% of the mine’s employees were from First Nations communities.During the closure phase, the Tahltan Nation Development Corp and other Tahltan-owned businesses actively participated in areas such as road maintenance, labour, material movement and food services.Today, most of the earthwork, re-vegetation and re-contouring of slopes is complete.Because Eskay Creek is located next to two deep, non-fish-bearing lakes, the operators were able to store tailings and waste rock under water, cutting off the oxygen that would otherwise have caused them to generate acid. The two lakes, Tom Mackay Lake and Albino Lake, never contained fish because the streams and creeks that flow from them are rocky and the water flowing through them is too fast-moving for fish to swim upstream. The lakes are monitored for water quality on a quarterly basis in accordance with permit requirements.From mine closure in 2008 and for many years thereafter, Barrick staff sampled and analyzed water quality—weekly in the case of Tom Mackay Lake and Albino Lake, and daily in the case of the attenuation ponds into which water from the underground mine flows. After the quality of the water in the two lakes and in the attenuation ponds had stabilized, with all monitoring criteria well below permit requirements, Barrick sought and obtained a decrease in monitoring frequency at these locations. This in turn allowed Barrick to demobilize its staff from the site.Despite the advanced closure status of the site, Barrick will continue to be responsible for Eskay Creek for the foreseeable future, or until new owners are found. “Site relinquishment was once the goal of every closure program; however, in many jurisdictions that is simply no longer attainable,” says Dan Bornstein, Barrick’s Director for Mine Closure Strategy and British Columbia Properties. “Companies need to be more creative now than ever before in finding new owners and new uses for their brownfield properties that gain the support of local communities in order to achieve something akin to site relinquishment.”last_img read more