Sunny Leone is again in the news for all the wrong reasons. Recently, she had a tiff with Bollywood actor Celina Jaitley. Now, she has reponded to the controversy. Leone finds it "unprofessional" on the part of item girl Rakhi Sawant and Celina Jaitley to make "baseless" comments about her in public. The Indo-Canadian adult film star, who has carved a niche in Bollywood over the years, however, doesn't care.

    At the launch of MTV Splitsvilla 8, Sunny was asked about her reaction to the duo's remarks.

    She said: "They are useless and baseless comments. It is unprofessional. You would never see an actor or actress speaking bad in the way they have. So it's their problem, I don't care about it. I am here to do good work and I will focus on doing that."

    Watch | "I am not a porn star like Sunny Leone, throw her out of India": Rakhi Sawant



    Not too long ago, Rakhi reportedly lashed out at Sunny for forcing other artists to wear skimpy clothes and even asked the latter to leave India.

    Meanwhile, Celina accused Sunny and her husband of leaving her house, which they had taken on rent, in shambles.

    Read: Wives feel insecure if I work with their husbands, says Sunny Leone

Software makers form a think-tank

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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  • Updated: Feb 04, 2013 22:15 IST

Software product companies, long considered as stepchildren amidst the large array of IT services firms in India, have formed a separate caucus -iSPIRT - to convert their ideas into policy proposals.

The 30 founding members insist iSPIRT is no industry association but only a think-tank that would come up with special demands relevant for product firms. Nucleus Software, Tally Solutions, Persistent System and Drishti Software are among the few software product firms who are iSPIRT's founding members. iSPIRT is an acronym for Indian Software Product Industry Roundtable.

"We are just an informal group and most of us continue to be members of NASSCOM," said Anand Deshpande, founder member of iSPIRT and chairman of products firm Persistent Systems. A member of NASSCOM's executive council, he said iSPIRT would ultimately partner with NASSCOM to convey concerns of product firms to policy makers.

The national association of software and services companies (NASSCOM), an industry association of over 1400 software firms, said the association has a defined focus and initiative for the software product sector.

 

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