BANGALORE: In a world starved of champions, Shivendra Singh Dungarpur stands out as a man who has dedicated all his energy and resources to a project that might very well save a very important section of India's culture — its film heritage. The ... New Indian Express, 2 months ago
Monday's win at Lord's was only the second time India has won a Test at the Mecca of Cricket in 82 years. A look back at when it happened for the first time... A rare autograph sheet of the Indian team that toured England in the summer of 1986, pictured above. The last time India won a Test at Lord's before that magnificent Monday afternoon when Ishant Sharma bowled Mahendra Singh Dhoni's team to only a second win at the Mecca of Cricket in 82 years. The 1986 team for the Lord's Test featured: ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago
Prev By Clayton Murzello | Posted 2 hours ago Chairman of selectors Sandeep Patil hopes Dhoni's Team India go from strength to strength after yesterday's 95-run victory over England at Lord's Inida's chairman of selectors Sandeep Patil ...Mid Day, 3 days ago
A few days ago former radio jock and friend Vasanthi Hariprakash mentioned on her Facebook page that Radio City Bangalore (Bengaluru), that private FM radio in India had completed 13 years (started broadcasting on July 3, 2001) and hence entered its ...Indian Television, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi: Indian classic cinema of the 1950s and rare newsreels including one showing a meeting between Mahatma Gandhi and Charlie Chaplin in London, are part of a renowned international film fest currently underway in Italy. Eight ...The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago The mighty restoration of India's cinematic heritage The Sunday Guardian, 3 weeks ago 'Endangered' Indian classic cinema at Italy film festival Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
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