Even a month after its release, Dum Laga Ke Haisha is still doing well at the box office. In fact with more than 1 crore coming in, the Sharat Katariya directed film has created a record, with its fifth weekend being the fourth best ever since 2014, after ... Bollywood Hungama, 8 hours ago
Pakistan's cricket chiefs named batsman Azhar Ali as the national side's new ODI captain, despite the fact he has not made the 50-over team in more than two years.Times of India, 1 day ago Pak's new 'unheralded' ODI captain Azhar Ali hopes all players will support him Business Standard, 17 hours ago Pakistan name Azhar Ali as new oneday cricket captain Hindustan Times, 1 day ago
The fact that everyone but Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh is speaking on the issue only gives credence to the specious fears of farmers that this government is out to get them. Aditi Phadnis reports Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari has challenged the Opposition to a jousting match on the amendments to the land acquisition Act that the government wants to effect. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is defending the amendments from every ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago Aditi Phadnis: Singh's silence on land acquisition Business Standard, 4 days ago
After his return, Rahul is expected to take a call on when to assume the party's mantle, notwithstanding the fact that the schedule for organisational elections including for the President's post is out.DNA, 3 days ago Rahul Likely to Take Call on Assuming Party Mantle Outlook, 4 days ago Rahul Gandhi like to return in April, to take call on assuming role of leading Congress First Post.com, 4 days ago Rahul to take call on assuming party mantle? Deccan Herald, 3 days ago
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Mutual Funds ended positive as the market closed flat after a choppy session of trade on Friday. In fact, it was a sigh of relief for the market today after a 654-point crash on the Sensex in previous session.Money Control, 3 days ago
For once, let's set aside the fact that Team India were stopped in their tracks by a pumped-up Australian side on Thursday. And let's accept that there won't be a repeat of the surrealness of 2011. But would it, in any way, change your opinion of MS Dhoni? ...DNA, 4 days ago Applaud the Indian Cricket Team! Rediff.com, 4 days ago The doosra: Team India is more about hype, less on substance! Rediff.com, 4 days ago World Cup 2015: Kohli says Indian team has surprised many, but themselves DNA, 6 days ago
The state's business community has hailed the Union Budget for its balanced approach, but has rued the fact that it ignores a needy state like Jharkhand.The Telegraph, 5 days ago FACT CHECK: Higher taxes for millions of Americans in GOP budgets to balance in 10 years FOXBusiness.com, 1 week ago FACT CHECK: Higher taxes to balance GOP budgets Miami Herald, 1 week ago
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A day of U-turns from Congress leaders who in fact misused section 66A of the IT Act. Congress leader P Chidambaram today welcomed the Supreme Court judgement holding Section 66A of the IT Act as unconstitutional, saying it was poorly drafted and misused. "I welcome the judgement of the Supreme Court holding that Section 66A of the IT Act is unconstitutional. "The section was poorly drafted and was vulnerable. It was capable of being misused and, in fact, it was misused," he said. ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Scrapped section 66A of IT Act was poorly drafted, misused: P Chidambaram Economic Times, 1 week ago Not only Modi, Manmohan, even Nehru and Patel didnt want free speech Rediff.com, 1 week ago Supreme Court strikes down Section 66A of IT Act: 5 must-know facts Financial Express, 1 week ago
Times Now's supreme leader - editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami, has many detractors. In fact denouncing the choices and styles of him and Times Now is something of a daily exercise for those who remain concerned about such things.
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