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Deepika Singh: Don't think TV creates stereotypical image of actors
Times of India

Deepika Singh Is Not Scared Of Getting Stereotyped

New Delhi: Actress Deepika Singh, who has been portraying Sandhya Rathi for almost five years now in the popular TV show Diya Aur Baati Hum , is not scared of getting stereotyped. She says getting known by her character's name is an achievement for ... News18.com, 2 weeks ago
TV doesn't stereotype actors: Deepika Singh The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
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Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 4 months ago

This Is How Bua Aka Upasana Singh's 41st Birthday Bash Turned into a Crazy Night!

Popular television actress and comedian Upasana Singh turned a year older today (29th June 2016). The beautiful lady recently celebrated her 41st birthday at a five star hotel in Mumbai. On this special occasion, the actress who is currently seen in ...
 Daily Bhaskar3 weeks ago

Woman strangulated to death in Patna City

Patna: A 30-year-old woman, mother of three, was allegedly strangulated to death by her in-laws at Malsalami in Patna City on Friday. The victim has been identified as Neelu Singh, wife of one Pappu Singh. Victim's brother Jaiguru told police that ...
 Times of India1 week ago

To Newmarket

By Malavika Sangghvi | Posted 3 hours It's been quite a season for Dr Cyrus Poonawalla, now a regular on the English racing circuit. Not only was the presence of the Chairman of the Serum Institute prominently observed at the Epsom Derby and the ...
 Mid Day1 week ago
International Business Times India

'Diya Aur Baati Hum:' This is how Sandhya-Sooraj's show will come to an end

Star Plus' popular show "Diya Aur Baati Hum" will go off air on Aug. 15 owing to the constant drop in its rating. Viewers would be delighted to know that the makers have decided to wind up the daily soap on a happy note. As per the ongoing track, ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Sandhya-Sooraj's 'Diya Aur Baati Hum' not to go off air in August?  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Diya Aur Baati Hum to go off-air on August 15?  Times of India1 month ago CONFIRMED : 'Diya Aur Baati Hum' to go off-air on August 15!  ABP Live1 month ago

Protests erupt over power, water crisis in Jammu

NPP blames Govt for people''s miseries GKNN Jammu, Publish Date: Jul 3 2016 2:18AM | Updated Date: Jul 3 2016 2:18AM Jammu and Kashmir National Panthers Party (JKNPP) workers under the leadership of Zonal President Neeraj Gupta held a massive ...
 Greater Kashmir3 weeks ago

Monsoon travel tempts Hyderabadis

HYDERABAD: With the monsoon setting in, many young Hyderabadis are packing their bags and heading out of the city. While Mizoram, Sikkim and Meghalaya remain the most sought after destinations for scenic treks, Himachal Pradesh is also gaining ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Max Ventures at 5% upper circuit post open offer on debut day

Moneycontrol Bureau Shares of Max Ventures and Industries (MVIL), a part of the USD 2 billion Max Group, started off first trade below Rs 45 (pre-opening price) and hit an intraday low of Rs 42.75, down 5 percent. Exchanges had fixed Rs 45 as its ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago

Deals rain during monsoon

Many travellers use the season to get great discounts from hotels and airlines Priya Nair June 19, 2016 Last Updated at 21:21 IST Imagine this: If you go on a holiday to Himachal Pradesh (Manali, Shimla) in May, an all-inclusive seven nights package ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Rediff.com

New aviation policy: How much do we stand to gain

Proposal to cap additional fees other than base fare and government taxes will bring respite Indian air travellers would be happy to know they are in a better position as compared to foreign counterparts. For one, most Indian airlines offer refundable tickets, while most foreign ones don’t. Also, charges on excess baggage are less than what is charged by foreign airlines. Foreign airlines charge $100-200 or euro 75-150 for excess baggage, while Indian airlines charge Rs 300-500 per kg ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Relief for air travellers  Business Standard India1 month ago
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