45th National Film Awards

The 45th National Film Awards, presented by Directorate of Film Festivals, the organisation set up by Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, India to felicitate the best of Indian Cinema released in the year 1997. The awards were announced in May 1998 and presented in July by President of India, K. R. Narayanan. Awards were divided into non-feature films and books written on Indian cinema. Feature films were awarded at All India as well as regional level. For National Film Awards, a Kannada film, Thaayi Saheba won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film winning the maximum number of awards. Following were the awards given in each category: A committee headed by B. Saroja Devi was appointed to evaluate the feature films awards. Following were the jury members: Jury Members B. Saroja Devi • P. Madhavan • Maheep Singh • C. V. L. Sastry • Aruna Purohit • Uma da Cunha • Devender Khandelwal • Sandip Ray • Santwana Burdoloi • Arundathi Nag • Pushpa Bharati • K. R. MohananV. Madhusudhan Rao Following were the awards given: Official Name: Swarna KamalAll the awardees are awarded with'Golden Lotus Award', a certificate and cash prize.

Official Name: Rajat KamalAll the awardees are awarded with'Silver Lotus Award', a certificate and cash prize. The award is given to best film in the regional languages in India. Short Films made in any Indian language and certified by the Central Board of Film Certification as a documentary/newsreel/fiction are eligible for non-feature film section. A committee headed by K. K. Kapil was appointed to evaluate the non-feature films awards. Following were the jury members: Jury Members K. K. Kapil • Dinkar Chowdhary • Shashi RanjanParvathi MenonNamita Gokhale Official Name: Swarna KamalAll the awardees are awarded with'Golden Lotus Award', a certificate and cash prize. Official Name: Rajat KamalAll the awardees are awarded with'Silver Lotus Award' and cash prize; the awards aim at encouraging study and appreciation of cinema as an art form and dissemination of information and critical appreciation of this art-form through publication of books, reviews etc. A committee headed by Chidananda Dasgupta was appointed to evaluate the writing on Indian cinema.

Following were the jury members: Jury Members Chidananda Dasgupta • Tarun VijayChandan Mitra Official Name: Swarna KamalAll the awardees are awarded with'Golden Lotus Award' and cash prize. Following were the awards not given as no film was found to be suitable for the award: 45th National Film Awards 45th National Film Awards National Film Awards Archives Official Page for Directorate of Film Festivals, India

Yisrael Aharoni

Yisrael Aharoni is an Israeli celebrity chef. Aharoni was born in Israel, to Bukharan Jewish parents. Aharoni was enlisted to the Israel Defense Forces and served as a combat soldier in the Golani Brigade, he saw action in the War of Attrition. Following his discharge, he moved to the Netherlands to study art in Amsterdam, where he discovered Chinese cuisine. Upon his return to Israel, he lived in kibbutz Hulata and worked as a counselor for at-risk youth for two and a half years, he left Israel to study cooking abroad, where he studied Chinese cuisine in Taiwan before apprenticing at upscale restaurants in France. In 1981, after he returned to Israel, Aharoni opened his first restaurant, "Yin-Yang," a Chinese restaurant on Rothschild Boulevard, it became a success, he opened another restaurant in Tel Aviv, "Tai-Chi" in Gan HaIr. In the late 1990s, he opened "Tapuach Hazahav", a French gourmet restaurant which closed after several years, he owns the "Pat-Qua" Chinese-Thai restaurant in Herzliya.

He has participated in the preparation of gala meals with leading international chefs. He has hosted a number of television shows in Israel, he hosted a 32 episode series on the foods of Israel's different ethnic groups. The show was purchased by the Italian Television Authority. A sequel series on different national cuisines was filmed abroad, he hosted three seasons of a cooking show called "Private Lesson" and hosts "Aharoni Cooks for Friends". Aharoni writes a culinary column for "Seven Days," the weekend magazine of the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth, which has the largest Friday weekend circulation in Israel, he has traveled extensively throughout the world covering different cuisines and food trends. As of May 2013 the Union List of Israel lists 32 Hebrew cookbooks which Aharoni has authored or coauthored, including several in separate kosher and non-kosher editions; this includes 19 cookbooks he authored on his own, all of them bestsellers in Israel. With Nelli Sheffer he coauthored "Eating Alfresco: The Best Street Food in the World", published by Abraham's in the United States in 1999.

In 2012 Aharoni was trying to enter American television. Aharoni is a guest disc jockey at Tel Aviv nightclubs. Website of Aharoni's cooking show Website of the restaurant "Yin-Yang" on the Restaurant Portal of Article about Aharoni in Yedioth Ahronoth

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