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Udupa shines for Sir Syed Cricketers

Match figures of 7/90 from Kaushik Udupa helped Sir Syed Cricketers grab three points by virtue of their first innings lead against Bangalore Sports Club in the KSCA Group I, Division II league for the MAT Acharya trophy here. Kaushik claimed 5/26 in the ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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Karthi is Mani Ratnam's Next Hero. This is How He'll Train for the Role

When Southern star Suriya's younger brother Karthi returned with an engineering degree from USA, he had only films on his mind. His zeal landed him a job as an assistant director to the maverick Mani Ratnam, for Ayutha Ezhuthu (Yuva in Hindi). Later ...
 NDTV1 month ago

Dubbing is big business today in kwood

First, there were the silents; then came the talkies. Actors used to not just speak their dialogues but also sing the songs as well. But, in the 1940s, AV Meiyappa Chettiar introduced the concept of dubbing by dubbing the Kannada film Harichandra ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Secular politics needs Gandhiancourage

Festival rubs off scars, claimed a newspaper report that was accompanied by a photograph of Muslim men distributing water and sweets to Hindus celebrating Ram Navami. The place was Balu Math in Latehar, Jharkhand. The scars meant the murder of two ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Sachin shines for Jupiter

Sachin R Gankal shone with the ball, plucking eight wickets for Jupiter Cricketers Association in their drawn game against Young Lions Club in the KSCA Group-I, Division-II cricket league for the MAT Acharya Shield here. Based on the first innings lead, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Will Rajini take the political plunge, finally?

CHENNAI: "If I say something once, it's like I've said it a hundred times." That's Rajinikanth's most famous punchline from the 1995 hit Baasha. The dialogue might have charmed audiences no end, but it doesn't apply to politics. That's because the ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Rajini's said a 100 no's, but hope lives on  Times of India2 months ago
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'It's very difficult directing a daughter'

'I was a very late child of my father. I was suddenly a little toy, who appeared from nowhere. Everybody experimented.' 'I don't know why I took up dancing. I think I wanted to find one more excuse to drop out from school.' 'I was fortunate I found kind gurus who paid me and taught me.' Kamal Haasan gives us beautiful nuggets from his life. P Rajendran/Rediff.com reports from New York. Viking boats, football teams and prepping nations for war were all allusions Kamal Haasan made at an ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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