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Teraa Surroor: Laughably watchable
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Teraa Surroor: Laughably watchable

Himesh Reshamiyya, Farah Karimaee, Naseeruddin Shah, Shekhar Kapur, Monica Dogra, Kabir Bedi, Shernaz Patel Teraa Surroor begins with a Jai Mata Di invocation and ends on Bharat Mata is above everything mode. In between lies the lethal love story of gangster ... The Hindu, 2 months ago
Laughably watchable The Hindu, 2 months ago

Shahrukh khan and Farah Khan plans to make Main Hoon Na sequel !

Shah Rukh Khan had won hearts as the armed force officer who needed to play an undergrad for a mission in Main Hoon Na. The 2004 discharge, which welled in the cinematic world, praised its 12 years on April 30. The film's executive Farah Khan ...
 Can India News3 weeks ago 12 years of Main Hoon Na: Shah Rukh Khan and Farah Khan to make a sequel?  India Today3 weeks ago Shah Rukh Khan reminisces about Main Hoon Na with Farah Khan; is a sequel in the pipeline?  Bollywoodlife.com3 weeks ago 12 years after release, Farah, SRK remember "Main Hoon Na"  India Blooms3 weeks ago

Sushmita is Farah's best heroine

Farah Khan has no qualms about being 'biased' towards her favourites. The choreographer-director says superstar Shah Rukh Khan looked his best in Main Hoon Na , and also tagged actor Sushmita Sen her 'favouritest' heroine. Sushmita Sen | Reuters ...
 TheWeek3 weeks ago Farah Khan calls Sushmita Sen her best heroine  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago
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After several failed attempts, Kabir finally brings Deepika and Salman together

Mumbai: Deepika Padukone has expressed her desire to work with Salman Khan on several occasions, but was waiting for something special to bring them together on screen. Looks like, things have finally fallen into place as Kabir Khan has managed to ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Deepika Padukone to team up with Salman Khan?  Mid Day3 weeks ago

Q&A: Making the SDG agenda work for LDCs

The Least Developed Countries (LDC) Independent Expert Group (IEG) , IIED and the ESRC's STEPS Centre will host a dialogue on Monday, 13 June to discuss the challenges and opportunities that the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) create for LDCs. ...
 IIED8 hours ago

Implementing Sendai to reduce humanitarian burden

MIL OSI Source: UNISDR Disaster Risk Reduction Press Release/Statement: Headline: UNISDR head, Mr. Robert Glasser, speaking on the Sendai Framework, with (left) Ms. Adelina Kamal, Director, ASEAN Secretariat, and Ms. Monique Pariat, Director ...
 Foreign hours ago

Preity Zinta-Gene Goodenough to seek Nirvana in Himalayas

01 After a house-full of movie A-listers showing up for her Mumbai wedding reception, actor Preity Zinta wants to show new husband Gene Goodenough another slice of India. Posh India of course. Zinta and hub, and his parents, have taken off to a ...
 Times of India2 days ago PIC: Preity Zinta holidaying with husband, in-laws at Taj  Times of India1 week ago Preity Zinta to throw a lavish reception on Friday, the 13th!  Times of India2 weeks ago Preity Zinta's husband Gene Goodenough is finally in Mumbai  Times of India2 weeks ago

Call for highest allocations for edn, healthcare

Speakers at a seminar called on Saturday for the highest allocations in education and healthcare sectors for the sake of country's socio-economic development. According to them, without proper human development country's overall development cannot ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh4 days ago
Huffington Post

Weekend Roundup: Pope Francis Gets It Right

In a wide-ranging interview conducted by Guillaume Goubert and The WorldPost 's "Following Francis" columnist, S├ębastien Maillard , the pope demonstrates once again his wise and mature grasp of the issues. In the interview, he acknowledges the ...
 Huffington Post5 days ago

Huge gender pay gap in South Asia

Women in South Asian countries earn 80% less than their male counterparts, an ActionAid study has found. The study also reveals that inequalities of all kinds are on the rise. This is happening despite the fact that the moral, political and ...
 Sunday Observer2 weeks ago South Asian women earning 80% less than men  Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago
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