Mumbai, Oct 17 (IANS) Hollywood superstar Will Smith and his family recently spent some quality time with Indian spiritual leader and author Sadhguru.
Photographs released by the Isha Foundation founder on social media show the two seem to have had a heart to heart conversation. The images hint at various moods of Will Smith, sometimes pensive while listening to Sadhguru and at other times in a jolly mood.
Sharing the photographs of their meeting on his verified Twitter account, Sadhguru wrote: "Will, it was a pleasure to spend some time with you and your wonderful family. May your Sangha be strong and Dharma be your guide. -Sg #WillSmith."
Smith was last seen in "Bad Boys For Life", the third part of the buddy cop film series , "Bad Boys", which released earlier this year before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Recently, Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut had shared a photograph on her verified Twitter account where she is seen meditating along with actress Juhi Chawla and spiritual leader Sadhguru. The photograph was clicked during her visit to the Kashi Vishvanath Temple in Varanasi.
The spiritual leader shared words of wisdom for his followers in a tweet posted on Saturday evening.
Talking about the mystery behind death, he shared: "Death and that which is beyond it are not a secret hiding in heaven. It is right here, right now. If you transcend the limitations of the mental and physical structure, you can access this dimension. Most people just never pay the necessary attention."
New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) National carrier Air India's wholly-owned subsidiary Alliance Air on Thursday reported an operating profit of Rs 65.09 crore in FY20.
This is the first time the airline has earned operating profit since its inception in 1996.
In financial parlance, operating profit constitutes total income earned from operations before taxes and interest liabilities.
In contrast, the airline reported a net loss of Rs 201 crore.
"The net profit of Alliance Air would have touched INR 37 crore but for the adoption of the new accounting standard IND AS 116, which resulted in a net loss of INR 201 crore," it said in a statement.
The airline reported an EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) of Rs 482 crore, in a total revenue of Rs 1,181.15 crore.
In the last fiscal, the number of destinations operated by the airline went up to 61 from 55.
The airline has a fleet of 18 ATR-72-600 aircraft with an average age of less than four years.
Post lockdown, it has already commenced air services to 43 destinations with 77 flight departures per day.