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Aigaleo

Aigaleo or Egaleo is a municipality in the western part of the Athens agglomeration, Greece. It takes its name from Mount Aigaleo, its population was 69,946 at the 2011 census. Aigaleo is situated 4 km west of Athens city centre; the municipality has an area of 6.450 km2. It is southeast of Mount Aigaleo; the Cephissus river flows through the industrialized eastern part of the municipality. The town is served by an Athens Metro station: Egaleo metro station; the Motorway 1 passes through the town. Aigaleo consists of the quarters Kato Aigaleo, Neo Aigaleo, Lioumi, Agios Spyridonas and Agios Georgios. Aigaleo was part of the municipality of Athens until 1934, it was raised to municipality status in 1943. The city's present mayor is Dimitris Birbas. Aigaleo hosts many sport teams; the most successful is the Athletic Club Egaleo with successful departments in football and basketball. Other amateur clubs are A. P. O. Orfeas, A. E. Egaleo City, Diagoras Dryopideon, A. P. O. Ierapolis, A. O. Cronos Athanasios Papadopoulos Giorgos Kourousis Ioannis Batzakidis Aggelos Kouvelos Apostolos Stigas Stavros Mavrothalassitis Orfeas Tzanetopoulos Panos Spiliopoulos Ioannis Mistakopoulos Dimitris Kalogeropoulos Christos Kardaras Dimitris Birbas Giannis Gikas Rita Abatzi, Greek musician Keti Garbi, Greek singer Tassos Halkias, Greek actor Sophia Strati, Greek singer Giorgos Zampetas, Greek musician Eleni Rantou, Greek actor Lakis Halkias, Greek musician Kostas Prekas, Greek actor Ioannes Dimaras, Greek politician and journalist Nasos Athanasiou, Greek journalist Giorgos Messalas, Greek actor Danis Katranidis, Greek actor Alexandros Asonitis, Greek writer Theofilos Verikios, Greek writer Giorgos Blanas, Greek writer Nikolaos Mihiotis, Greek writer Vicky Psarakis, Greek singer Aigaleo is twinned with: Leganés, Spain Kythrea, Cyprus "Τέχνης έργα και πρόσωπα του Αιγάλεω" "Εξήντα χρόνια τοπική αυτοδιοίκηση στο Αιγάλεω" "Απ' τις Νέες Κυδωνίες στο Δήμο Αιγάλεω" Municipality of Aigaleo

Sports Hall of Fame of New Jersey

The Sports Hall of Fame of New Jersey was established in 1988 to honor athletes, teams and contributors associated with the state of New Jersey. There is no physical site or structure for the hall, but its members are honored with plaques that are displayed at Meadowlands Arena — in the Meadowlands Sports Complex — in East Rutherford; the first group of members was inducted in May 1993. Inductees are honored in a public ceremony. See footnotes New Jersey Hall of Fame New Jersey Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame NJ GardenStatePreps.com. Scout with FoxSports on MSN New Jersey Chapter Hall of Fame. National Lacrosse Hall of Fame webpage. US Lacrosse website. 40°48′42″N 74°4′3″W

Darr

Darr: A Violent Love Story is a 1993 Indian psychological romantic thriller film directed and produced by Yash Chopra through the studio Yash Raj Films. The film stars Sunny Deol, Juhi Chawla, Shah Rukh Khan while Anupam Kher, Tanvi Azmi, Dalip Tahil appear in supporting roles; the film was well received by critics and audiences, was declared a "Blockbuster" at the domestic as well as overseas box office. It is regarded as one of Chopra's best. Darr was remade in Kannada as Preethse and in Tamil as Chinna. Darr has won several accolades, including the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment; the film received eight nominations at the 39th Filmfare Awards, including Best Director for Chopra, Best Actress for Chawla, Best Actor for Deol, Best Villain for Khan, won two awards, including Best Comedian for Kher. The film begins with Kiran, a beautiful college student, returning home to her brother Vijay and his wife Poonam for Holi celebrations, she is being obsessively stalked along the way by her classmate who has a crush on her.

Kiran's boyfriend Sunil is a Navy-Marine Commando officer and is on a mission to free a child hostage from some terrorists on the high seas. Sunil saves the child hostage. Sunil's Captain Mehra is the father of Rahul. Rahul tries to be friendly with Sunil; when Kiran reaches home, she is continually stalked by Rahul on the phone. This causes much stress to her family, he crashes Kiran's family's Holi celebrations incognito as a member of the band. Sunil asks Kiran to offer the band some money for their performance, where Rahul, veiled in Holi colours, whispers "I love you, K-K-K-Kiran" to Kiran, which disturbs her and a foot chase ensues to find the hooligan who has invaded their house, but Rahul soon disappears into the crowd; when Rahul receives the news of Kiran and Sunil's engagement, he tries to shoot and kill Sunil when the couple is out shopping for a wedding ring. He misses his aim and Sunil begins to chase him, from which Rahul narrowly escapes being recognized by Sunil. Kiran and Sunil get married but Rahul still refuses to give up on Kiran.

He kills the two cops assigned for their protection and defaces the newly married couple's home with graffiti that declares his love and which causes them more distress. To get away from the stalker, Sunil takes Kiran on a surprise honeymoon to Switzerland. Learning their location through devious means, Rahul turns up at their hotel in the Alps. Kiran recognizes him from college and the couple welcomes him to be part of their festivities; that evening, Sunil finds out from Kiran's brother Vijay that Rahul is the one, Kiran's stalker all along. He confronts Rahul. Rahul tries to run. Rahul leaves him for dead, he goes to the boat and tries to forcefully abduct Kiran, he wants to marry Kiran without her consent. But Sunil brutally beats him before shooting and killing him. Kiran and Sunil return to India and reunite with their family; the film was inspired by the 1991 American film Cape Fear. Sanjay Dutt was the original choice of the role of antagonist Rahul, but Chopra was unable to finalize him because of his jail sentence due to illegal possession of arms.

Sudesh Berry was considered for the role, but was rejected after a screen test. Ajay Devgan was offered the role of Rahul. On, Aamir Khan was cast as Rahul. Khan had other issues with the filming as he was not happy with the way Deol's character punched his character in a fight sequence, he was further discontented. Therefore, he opted out of the film although Divya was replaced by Juhi Chawla. After Aamir Khan left the film, Shah Rukh Khan was cast as Rahul. Darr helped bring Shah Rukh Khan to stardom and he went on to star in all of Chopra's films. Rishi Kapoor and Jackie Shroff were offered Sunil's role before Sunny Deol. Mithun Chakraborthy was a strong contender for Sunil's role along with Rishi Kapoor and Jackie Shroff. Nitish Bharadwaj was approached for Sunil's role after Rishi Kapoor and Jackie Shroff rejected the role; this is because of his immense popularity as Lord Krishna's role in B. R. Chopra's Mahabharat, but Nitish rejected the role claiming. The film's title Darr was suggested to Yash Chopra by Uday Chopra.

The soundtrack for Darr was composed by the duo Shiv-Hari. It was the second best-selling Bollywood soundtrack album of the year; the soundtrack album sold about 4.5 million units in India. Rakesh Budhu of Planet Bollywood in his review gave the album 7.5 stars out of 10. The soundtrack was composed by Shiv-Hari; the song Jaadu Teri Nazar was supposed to start with the lines "Mere Khwabon Ki Tasveer Hai Tu" but the arranger Srinjoy Bhattacharya played an opening tune on the guitar to which Anand Bakshi came up with the lines "Jaadu Teri Nazar, Khushbu Tera Badan.....". All lyrics are written by Anand Bakshi. At the domestic Indian box office, Darr became the third highest-grossing film of 1993, after Aankhen and Khalnayak, was declared a blockbuster. In India, it was released with 19.96 million tickets sold. Its domestic gross was