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Sikh student denied school enrolment in Aus for wearing turban

A five-year-old Sikh boy has been denied school enrolment in Australia for wearing turban as it does not align with its uniform policy, despite a landmark ruling in 2008 against a private institution on the issue. "It is disappointing that my son has been ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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'I want to do a Bollywood film'

'I did not go for the Oscars because I was not invited. I felt bad but I watched the show on television. I had never watched the Oscars before this, it was my first time.' Lion actor Abhishek Bharate looks back at the film.   IMAGE: Abhishek Bharate. Sunny Pawar wasn't the only star of Oscar-nominated film Lion. Abhishek Bharate, who played his older brother Guddu in the film, was just as terrific. His character, unfortunately, disappears quite early in the film, as he gets killed.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Rick Hoffman surprised by "Suits" global popularity

Rick Hoffman's Louis Litt from American legal drama "Suits" is a fan favourite character and the actor is surprised by the popularity of the TV show in countries like Australia and India. "I can't believe its popularity. I am starting to see it in Australia.
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Jallikattu: Protests intensify, OPS ponders over options, PETA warns Centre

Protests demanding Jallikattu swelled on the streets of Tamil Nadu after agitators rejected statements by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister O Panneerselvam and the state braced for a shutdown on Friday. Late Thursday evening, reports indicated that the state government could consider promulgating an ordinance to ensure holding of Jallikattu or convene the assembly for adopting a resolution in its favour. In a virtual replay of the anti-Hindi agitation of 1960s, lakhs of students ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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