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Ranjit Dahiya splashes Mumbai's walls with hue for a Bollywood...

A day long conversation, some chai and paint splashes later, we looked up to an almost finished mural of the versatile, much celebrated actor Dev Anand. Ranjit Dahiya, the creator of the Bollywood Art Project, sat 10 feet away, twirling his mustache ... Firstpost.com, 2 hours ago

Assam Assembly elections 2016: Complete list of winners

Constituency Candidate Party Abhayapuri North ABDUL HAI NAGORI Indian National Congress Abhayapuri South (SC) ANANTA KUMAR MALO All India United Democratic Front Algapur NIZAM UDDIN CHOUDHURY All India United Democratic Front Amguri PRODIP HAZARIKA Asom Gana ...
 Sify6 days ago

Shrine of Baba Koura

Dr. Bharat Bhushan Ours is the land of rich folklore, festivals, diverse topography, different languages, religions, vibrant culture and heritage. The unparallel beauty, rich history and cultural heritage coupled with the saga of valour of our ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

Manoj Kumar: When I heard about the Phalke honour, I thought, maine itne saal jhak nahi maari, kaam bhi kiya

He was the original poster boy of patriotism on celluloid. Whether it was the revolutionary Bhagat Singh in Shaheed (1965), the righteous farmer-turned-soldier in Upkar (1967) or the son of a freedom fighter espousing the Indian value system while ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Can India News

Ghulam Ali traces RafS musical journey on TV

Mumbai, April, 26 (CINEWS):Narrative movie producer and maker Rajni Acharya started examining his aggressive element on the late artist arranger Mohammed Rafi in 2011. After five years, he is good to go with a film, Dastaan-e-Rafi, on the ...
 Can India News4 weeks ago Ghulam Ali traces Rafi's musical journey on screen  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Kapil Sharma has a funny take on Delhi!

Kapil Sharma's decision to end 'Comedy Nights With Kapil' over some differences with the channel became a hot topic of discussion among the TV fraternity. READ ALSO: Now, he will be seen on another channel with 'The Kapil Sharma Show'. While Kapil ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Pakistan Welcomes Sikh Pilgrims

Over 2,000 Sikh pilgrims from India arrived at Wagha railway station on Tuesday by special trains to attend the festivals Khalsa Janam Din and the Besakhi festival at Gurdwara Panja Sahib, Hassanabad, media reported. Indian Sikh pilgrims wave as ...
 Asian Lite1 month ago
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'I'm like a fakir in my personal life'

'People ask me if I miss living a normal life, since I don't have privacy, and I tell them I don't want to have a normal life.'  'I want people standing outside my house, I want to be loved by them.'  'I have been fortunate enough to live like a star for 25 years and I would like to die as a star.' Shah Rukh Khan, unplugged. Shah Rukh Khan was *really* in the mood to talk during a promotional interview of his new film Fan. So the superstar chatted for over than hour, in his witty and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Quota fallout: Khattar cabinet is deeply divided

CHANDIGARH: In the recently concluded budget session of the Haryana assembly, chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar had made an emotional speech about how everyone needed to rise above caste issues. He was even ready to drop his surname to set an ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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