Latest News Update on d

    Related News Results: "d"

    Azam Khan slams EC for banning his rallies
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : After being banned from holding rallies, Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Azam Khan has slammed the Election Commission (EC) and said that the poll panel is being dictatorial by stopping him.

    Srinivasan named in IPL probe report: SC
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : The Supreme Court (SC) on Wednesday revealed that suspended Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president N Srinivasan has been named among 13 other people in the sealed report submitted by the Justice Mukul Mudgal committee in connection with the Indian Premier League ...

    Ship of Theseus wins National Award for Best Film
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : The 61st National Film Awards for the year 2013 in the Feature Film category, Non-Feature Film category and Best Writing on Cinema were announced Wednesday here with Anand Gandhi's Ship of Theseus winning the best feature film award.

    METRO Cash & Carry honours the entrepreneurial spirit
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : On the occasion of its 50th Anniversary of operations internationally, METRO Cash & Carry has launched an innovative new initiative that salutes the spirit of entrepreneurship in small and medium businesses across the country.

    Peers bigger threat than pimps for minors in sex trade?
    New York, April 16 : Contrary to what people generally assume, it is not always the pimps who initiate minors into sex trade, says a study.

    Happy feet: Summer care tips
    New Delhi, April 16 : Summer is the time to show off your toes and your dainty feet, but it is also important to take care of them so you can flaunt them confidently.

    Vir Das feels a bad sequel can mess-up original
    Mumbai, April 16 : Sequels demand big responsibility, feels actor Vir Das and warns that if it goes awry it can reflect badly on the original too.

    Renewal of land lease for army opposed in Kashmir
    Srinagar, April 16 : Residents living near an army firing range land held a demonstration here, demanding a written assurance from the state government that it would not re-lease the land to the army.

    Working on 'The Secret Service' was fantastic: Mark Strong
    Los Angeles, April 16 : Actor Mark Strong, who has once again teamed up with director Matthew Vaughn -- this time in "The Secret Service", enjoyed working in the film and says it has "a lot of fantastic set pieces in it".

    Sensex 208 points down; capital goods stocks decline
    Mumbai, April 16 : A benchmark index of the Indian stock markets Wednesday fell 208 points or 0.92 percent, as capital goods, information technology (IT) and technology, entertainment and media (TECK) stocks fell.

    Learn how to harvest happiness
    New York, April 16 : Chasing happiness may sometime leave you less happy, but if you set your acts of benevolence or help others in concrete rather than abstract terms, you would be a lot happier.

    Two dead, 293 missing as ship sinks off South Korea
    Seoul, April 16 : A passenger ship with 459 people aboard, mostly high school students, sank in waters off South Korea's southwest coast Wednesday, leaving at least two people dead and 293 others missing, a official said.

    BJP caught in the hands of a single individual: Sonia Gandhi
    Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu), April 16 : Congress president Sonia Gandhi said Wednesday the Bharatiya Janata Party is caught up in the hands of a single individual and the nation should not fall into this trap.

    Films sans big stars should be short: Director Shree
    Chennai, April 16 : Debutant director Shree, who is awaiting the release of his Tamil directorial "Damaal Dumeel", says a film with no big names should be shorter to keep the audience hooked.

    Film industry not a place to make money: Praveen Sattaru (Interview)
    By Haricharan Pudipeddi, Chennai, April 16 : Filmmaker Praveen Sattaru, currently awaiting the release of Telugu anthology film "Chandamama Kathalu", left high-paying job in the US and returned to India to chase his filmmaking dream. He says that the film industry is not a place to get rich because ...

    Indian election elicits keen interest in Pakistan (Election Special)
    By Nivedita, Lahore, April 16 : Will Narendra Modi win? Will India get a stable government? What are Arvind Kejriwal's prospects? Is the Congress finished? The questions fly thick and fast in Pakistan, where interest in India's ongoing parliamentary election runs high, for once overriding questions ...

    Perry-Pattinson spend time together, deny romance rumours
    Los Angeles, April 16 : Singer Katy Perry and actor Robert Pattinson were spotted together at the Coachella Music Festival, sparking rumours of romance, but Perry denied it.

    Polling over, AAP hunts for office in Goa
    Panaji, April 16 : End of polling in Goa has heralded the beginning of a hunt for office space for the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Goa.

    No fight between families, says Maneka Gandhi
    New Delhi, April 16 : There is no fight between the Gandhi families, BJP leader Maneka Gandhi said Wednesday, a day after her son Varun was accused of "betraying the family" by Priyanka Gandhi.

    IIT-educated real estate baron in Bihar poll fray (Election Special)
    By Imran Khan, Jehanabad, April 16 : Real estate baron Anil Kumar Sharma, an IITian who is contesting from Bihar's Jehanabad parliamentary constituency, is the richest candidate in the state with assets worth a whopping Rs.850 crore.

    Malaika Arora Khan excited to walk the ramp at IIFA event
    Mumbai, April 16 : Model-actress Malaika Arora Khan will sizzle on the ramp during the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Rocks event in Tampa Bay, Florida next week, and she is upbeat about flaunting a creation by her friend and designer Vikram Phadnis.

    Rajkummar grew real moustache for 'CityLights'
    Mumbai, April 16 : Rajkummar Rao has gone Aamir Khan's way by getting deep into a character for "CityLights". For the movie, the young actor grew a real moustache to fulfill the requirement for his role.

    IIFA 2014: Mehra proud of 10 nominations for 'Bhaag...'
    Mumbai, April 16 : Filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, whose film "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" has got 10 nominations for the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards, feels proud that the movie is being talked about on such a forum.

    Antibiotics beneficial for undernourished kids: Study
    Toronto, April 16 : Although the use of antibiotics is not without risk, they can improve growth in children at risk of undernourishment in developing countries, including India, a study indicates.

    Red panda a poll mascot in Darjeeling hills
    Darjeeling, April 16 : The cuddly red panda is the official mascot of the 2014 Lok Sabha election in the Darjeeling parliamentary constituency.

    DJ Aqeel to relaunch Hype nightclub in capital
    New Delhi, April 16 : Disc jockey Aqeel, who rose to fame with "Shake it daddy mix" in 2000, is all set to relaunch his nightclub Hype here.

    Time to bid goodbye to Congress: Narendra Modi
    Ratlam (Madhya Pradesh), April 16 : Years of Congress rule is responsible for corruption in India and it is time to "bid goodbye" to the party, BJP leader Narendra Modi said Wednesday.

    Go for food with rough texture for a healthy you!
    New York, April 16 : Health-conscious people who wish to keep a tab on their calorie intake seem to prefer food that are either hard or have rough texture as they perceive such food to have low-calorie content, research shows.

    nexGTv bags IPL live streaming mobile rights
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : Indian premier mobile TV service, nexGTv recently bagged the official mobile live streaming rights of the Pepsi IPL 2014 season.

    MDIS declares admission for MSc Health Sciences (Management)
    New Delhi, Apr 16 : Singapore based not-for-profit professional institute for lifelong learning, Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) recently announced the intake of students and professionals for an evolutionary program in MSc Health Sciences (Management), awarded by the ...

Back to Top