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Jadhav's classmates stay glued to TV sets as ICJ hearing

Classmates of Kulbhushan Jadhav were today glued to television sets, watching live proceedings, as the International Court of Justice (ICJ) began hearing India's plea on the death sentence given to its national Kulbhushan Jadhav by Pakistan. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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People find it difficult to accept TV stars in bold roles: Nia

Television star Nia Sharma says viewers do not easily accept actors from small screen in bold roles as they are used to watching them in the characters of 'bahu' or 'beti'. The actress says the digital space gives more space to an artiste to experiment with ...
 Business Standard2 months ago WATCH: TV hottie Nia Sharma LOCKS LIPS with her female co-star Isha Sharma in 'Twisted'!  DNA3 weeks ago Watch: TV star Nia Sharma goes BOLD again in 'Raat Ki' from Twisted  DNA2 months ago

WATCH: Has Deepika Padukone ERASED her RK tattoo?

The RK tattoo on the back of Deepika's neck isn't visible in a new Television commercial...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Televised myth of a Modi wave

"My reading of the Modi wave is quite different from my friends who watch TV news. I gave up on news channels sometime ago. With the Rajya Sabha TV poised to go under Hindutvas control when a new Indian vice president is elected, the burden of keeping a democratic conversation going will fall on anchors like Ravish Kumar. The few agreeable men and women still around are a relic from Indias waning age of sanity."Dawn columnist Javed Naqvi on the 'Modi wave' or  the lack of it.
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

'Television has become mindless trash'

'Movie tickets cost Rs 500, 600 on weekends. Why would someone want to watch Ananth Mahadevan and Saurabh Shukla in Staying Alive instead of Shah Rukh Khan for Rs 300 in Happy New Year?' 'It's a very tricky and dangerous ground for good and progressive cinema.' 'Today, only mainstream, star-studded extravagances run.' 'People watch it and then call it the 'shittiest film' they have ever seen, but they have ended given up Rs 500 to the Rs 5,000 crore kitty.' IMAGE: Ananth Mahadevan in Blame It ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

If not TV, what is young India watching?

According to industry experts, television has lost the young urban viewer for English or Hindi shows. Urvi Malvania finds out what is making more and more of them turn to digital platforms like Voot and Hotstar. IMAGE: When it comes to digital platforms, the numbers show a clear bias towards reality shows, children's programmes and sports events. Photograph: Shailesh Andrade/Reuters.   It is almost a year since Viacom 18 got its digital platform running and almost two years ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Shows speaking about complicated relationships

If you're hell bored watching saas-bahu sagas, repeated Hollywood series and other melodramatic stuff on television, then it's the time to ditch the idiot box and switch to the world of Indian web series.Grab your bae and watch these five shows that present a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

'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 months ago

I and Saif love watching adventurous TV shows together: Kareena

Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor on Wednesday said that she and her husband, actor Saif Ali Khan love watching television shows that based on adventure, history of nature and wildlife wherever they get a chance to watch TV together.At the launch of Sony BBC ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Now, new technology allows visually and hearing impaired to 'watch' TV

In a first, researchers have developed a new technology that types Braille or subtitles of television channels in real time and helps deaf-blind people "watch" television without intermediaries. The people, who have tried it, highlighted the advantage of ...
 DNA1 week ago Now, deaf-blind can 'watch' television with this technology  Business Standard1 week ago
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