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Modi's Jayapur: Adarsh yes, but work's far from over

Jayapur, adopted by the prime minister, is reaping the benefits of his endorsement, causing resentment in villages nearby, says Manavi Kapur. One year ago, a high tension electrical line fell in......

Controversies take their toll on Nalanda University, peers race ahead

For an institution looking to revive past glory, the Nalanda University's initial days have been far from glorious. The university, in the tourist town of Rajgir in Bihar's Nalanda district, could......

His nose singled out the problems of the Common Man

'Laxman will be remembered for years to come as the person whom everybody turned to the first thing in the morning and drew a smile, however depressing the situation. It will be impossible to......

Violent protests against Dera chief's movie rock Punjab, Delhi

Members of various organisations on Friday held protests at Ambala in Haryana and Delhi against the proposed screening of controversial film Messenger of God featuring Dera Saccha Sauda chief......

The Chhattisgarh tragedy and Indian surgeons' love for speed

This cult of speed reaches its crowning glory during that peculiar Indian spectacle called medical camps. Medical camps are an activity in which doctors from cities travel to underserved areas,......

A unique 'dark' restaurant-theatre run by the blind

Image: A unique dining experience. Photograph: Reuters. Image used for representation only. Darkness pervades India's first 'Seeing in Dark' restaurant-theatre built in the......

Connaught Place has something for everyone!

Once in decline, the central Delhi landmark is buzzing with new restaurants, cafés and public events. Image: Connaught Place, New Delhi. Photograph: Reuters Walking through the colonnades......

India, Vietnam to deepen cooperation in oil sectors

India on Monday decided to ramp up its engagement with Vietnam in the oil sector and deepen defence ties with the strategically-important country which called for a more active Indian role in......

Tallest residential towers in the world; India's World One tops

India will soon get the tallest residential tower in the world - Lodha’s World One. The tower is coming up on a 17.5-acre site, which belonged to Srinivas Cotton Mills in Mumbai. Lodha Group......

How Walt Disney plans to strike it big in India

He is the man of the moment as Siddharth Roy Kapur takes charge as managing director of the Walt Disney Company India from January 1. Having joined UTV in 2005, he has handled roles across revenue,......

Shabana, Javed pay tribute to A K Hangal

A day after veteran actor A K Hangal passed away, members of Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA) paid tribute to him with a small function at Prithvi Theatre in Juhu, a western suburb of......

No Fanaa in Gujarat multiplexes

Fearing attacks on theatres in the state, the Multiplex Association of Gujarat has decided not to screen Aamir Khan's forthcoming film Fanaa.The decision comes after violent protests in cities......

Theatre strike called off

The association of single-screen theatre owners in Maharashtra has called off its indefinite strike after Deputy Chief Minister Chhagan Bhujbal promised at a meeting to consider its demands.Nestor......

'I never thought Baa would become so popular!'

Veteran actress Sudha Shivpuri, known for her role as Baa on Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular telly soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, passed away, on May 20 in Mumbai. She was 77. We......

The many, many, MANY controversies of Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan's list of controversies is almost as long as his impressive filmography.One of the greatest actors of our time, Kamal Haasan, has courted quite a few controversies in recent times. For......

'I am not the right candidate to coach India right now'

'Coaching in India is a difficult job. You have to know the culture; there is a lot of expectation from the team' Laureus World Sports Academy member Steve Waugh during a media interview at the......

Abbott receives support from Hughes's family; need to make sense of loss

Clarke and Hughes's sister spending time with the bowler ‘The real impact for the one who bowled the ball would probably be playing out weeks and months down the track when the shock wears......

Modern cricket is poorer with Anandji Dossa passing into the ages

Anandji Dossa. Photograph: Haresh Pandya Blessed with a computer-like brain and an elephantine memory, Anandji Dossa was a pioneer in compiling cricket statistics and scores. Haresh Pandya pays......

Indian Badminton League players' auction on July 19

The Indian Badminton League will hold its first players’ auction in Delhi on July 19. Over 150 shuttlers are expected to go under the hammer for 66 slots in six teams. Each franchisee can......

BCCI, CA officials review security in Hyderabad

BCCI and Cricket Australia officials reviewed the security arrangements in Hyderabad and met the city's police commissioner ahead of the second cricket Test between India and Australia, scheduled......
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Controversial athlete Pinki Pramaniks life now on the big screen

Reel meets real is a phrase often associated with Bollywood. Films such as Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, No One Killed Jessica or Mary Kom, inspired by... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/regional/controversial-athlete-pinki-pramanik-s-life-now-on-the-big-screen/article1-1351876.aspx
Movies that survived chaotic productions

Around this time last year, no one could have anticipated the success of Mad Max: Fury Road. Before turning out to be one of the most deliriously... ...

http://m.hindustantimes.com/archives/to-hell-and-back-movies-that-survived-chaotic-productions/article1-1350433.aspx
LG Elevates The 4K Television Standards ...

Brighter is Better is a saying that is associated most appropriately with colors. LG while developing a technology that resonates with displaying... ...

http://www.efytimes.com/e1/fullnews.asp?edid=167947
Angry PGI surgeons write to faculty

Imaginea surgeon operating on patients while outfitted inill-fitting or tattered clothing. How are they supposed to be comfortable performing... ...

http://m.firstpost.com/india/surgeons-at-post-graduate-institute-demand-hospital-replace-their-tattered-scrubs-2265022.html
'Nachom-ia Kumpasar' film to be screened on June 5

Media Release Doha, May 27: Nachom-ia Kumpasar (Let's Dance to the Rhythm), the award winning Konkani film once again is all set to enthrall... ...

http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=322570

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