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Reliving the magic of yesteryear!

When singers pick up gems from the past and dress up like the actors themselves to enact these songs, it is a double delight for the audience. This was the highlight of the 4th edition of ‘Surat-e-Kitaab’, a musical night dedicated to ... Deccan Herald, 5 hours ago

Rio Olympics row: Salim Khan is a bigger megalomaniac than his son Salman Khan

In Dec 2012, while giving an exclusive interview to a London-based journalist Ashanti Omkar, Salman Khan had candidly talked about his co-star of 'Dabangg 2' Sonakshi Sinha, his father Salim Khan, his brother Arbaaz Khan and what's in store for the ...
 Meri News3 days ago

Melodies in the air

There’s music everywhere on this earth for those who are willing to pause and listen. Such is the power of music that one song can change your mood and emotions and fill you with enough life to go on. Truly, music transcends all boundaries to ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
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Radiophobia

Next #3: When mutants develop technology that threatens the dwindling human race, the last survivors fight to regain control of their world. Rachel Wheeler and her friends are dropped into the enemy stronghold of Wilkesboro as part of a ...
 MoonoftheSouth.com2 weeks ago

Veils, Halos & Shackles: The Woman as anInspiration

We all wept when Jyoti Singh Pandey passed away, says Smita Sahay, recalling the Delhi gangrape that shook the nation. We also realised that this was hardly an isolated case and that we needed to create a much broader dialogue. Sahay, a Mumbai-based ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

I'm CBI-certified clean, MSY tells partymen

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday sent out a word of caution to his party workers and ministers asking them to ensure their "hisaab-kitaab" (accounts) were in order to avoid being hounded by the CBI in the election year.
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Ganga and Jamuna twins inspire a novel

Sixteen years ago, Nepalese conjoined twins Ganga and Jamuna Shrestha were brought to Singapore for surgery in the hope that they might lead normal lives. Now, moved by reading about their plight, Singapore permanent resident Sunita Lad Bhamray, ...
 Asiaone4 weeks ago

Ki & Ka: Role reversal or celebration of clichés?

A perennially righteous film that reinforces the very stereotypes it was promising to break. Even as Ki & Ka has you engaged, at least in the early bits, there is a constant nagging question in your head: how will director R. Balki be able to ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Role reversal or celebration of clichés?  The Hindu4 weeks ago

Christians, Kafirs and Islamists

Mumbai. How many Christians? Soon after the March 27 bombing in Lahore , that seemed to be the most important question. Families were out celebrating, some Easter, some a holiday. A suicide bomber stood near the rides, watching the little ...
 CounterPunch1 month ago

University plans post-graduate interpretation ...

Dr Amal Al Malki (right), Dean, College of Humanities and Social Science, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, with other panellists (from left) Dr Henri Awaiss, Dean, Faculty of Languages, Saint Joseph University, Beirut; Sultan Sooud Al Qassemi, ...
 Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Over 200 attend first day of Hamad bin Khalifa University's Politics of Translation conference  Qatar is Booming1 month ago
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