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Vinod Mehta: The man who had editorial chemistry

Prominent journalist Vinod Mehta dies at 73

NEW DELHI : Vinod Mehta, founding editor of India’s Outlook magazine and a fearless and irreverent commentator on Indian politics, died today. He was 73. Mehta died of multiple organ failure at New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences, ... Himalayan times, 1 month ago

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Spilling secrets of Sunny's past

Sunny Leone’s life-story is no less than a typical Bollywood potboiler, which is perhaps what inspired Dilip Mehta, brother of filmmaker Deepa Mehta, to make a documentary on her. It will premiere next year at the Sundance Film Festival in the US.
 Jagran Post3 weeks ago

Amid suspension row, Kejriwal attends St Stephen's graduation ceremony

Amidst a raging controversy over a ban on a student e-zine by St Stephen’s college, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday attended a graduation ceremony at the institute, even as a section of students had urged him to turn down the invite “in support for freedom of speech”. Devansh Mehta -- the editor and co-founder of St Stephen’s Weekly e-zine -- was suspended from the college on disciplinary grounds after he published an interview allegedly without seeking ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Relief for St Stephen's student after HC stays suspension order  Rediff.com1 week ago Suspended St Stephen's student moves court  Rediff.com1 week ago

Pahlaj Nihalani: There is no respect for the Censor Board!

Filmmaker Hansal Mehta's apprehensions about his new film Aligarh have left the Censor chief fuming in defence.Hansal Mehta, who's just wrapped up shooting for his new film Aligarh, was quoted as saying in interviews that he was hopeful his film, that deals with homosexuality, will be passed by the censor board without glitches.As innocuous as that comment reads, CBFC (Censor Board Of Film Certification) chief Pahlaj Nihalani hasn't taken kindly to it.Questioning filmmakers’ tendency ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Kolkata: Jadavpur University recognises third gender in admission forms

Jadavpur University has come forward to recognise the ‘third gender’. Come this academic year, and the admission forms will have a ‘third gender’ option besides the male and female options. In a recent meeting held between several ...
 DNA1 week ago

Pooja Batra, Gautam Gulati walk the ramp for a cause

Several celebrities walked the ramp for Indian Television Academy founders Anu and Shashi Ranjan’s NGO Beti, as they launched a new documentary called Main Tamanna, to stop girl child abuse. The charity event was held on April 12, at Mumbai's JW Marriott Hotel, in suburban Juhu.     The gorgeous Pooja Batra puts in a rare appearance.   Jai Ho actress Daisy Shah looks elegant in a mermaid dress.   Bigg Boss 8 winner Gautam Gulati walks the ramp with ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

First-time women directors deepen talent pool

Professionals with global experience among those debuting in corporate boardrooms Tasneem Vikram Singh Mehta is no stranger to challenges. She is credited with transforming Mumbai’s Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum from a crumbling liability to a preserved heritage, as its managing trustee and honorary director. She is no stranger to the corporate world, either, courtesy her husband Vikram Singh Mehta, executive chairman of Brookings India and former chairman of Shell in India. She is also on the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

What went wrong with India Inc in Q3

Image: India Inc saw tepid growth in Q3 FY15. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters India Inc’s earnings have disappointed again: Its annual profit growth in the three-month period ended December 2014 has been the worst in five quarters, with the aggregate net profit of 2,941 companies declining 16.9 per cent. Even after adjusting for one-offs (extraordinary transactions), it has been 6.3 per cent lower than a year ago.   That is not all. These companies’ sales growth has been ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Indian stocks among the world's most expensive

HUL, UltraTech Cement, Asian Paints, L&T and HDFC Bank top global valuation charts India is not the world’s fastest-growing economy but its top firms are the most expensive globally, going by their stock prices. And, that has made India’s stock market the most expensive after Japan’s Nikkei. From Hindustan Unilever in the consumer goods space to UltraTech Cement and Asian Paints and HDFC Bank, most of India’s top firms’ stocks, by key valuation metrics, are now ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Harjeet advocates women's rights

KATHMANDU: Harjeet — a play adapted from Bhawani Bhikshu’s short story of the same name and directed by Roshan Kumar Mehta, was last staged at Shilpee Theatre, Battisputali on February 23. Shedding light on the issue of violence against women, the ...
 Himalayan times1 month ago
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