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Video: Shah Rukh, Gauri glam up for a party

Video: Shah Rukh, Gauri glam up for a party

Gauri Khan hosted a party at her store, Gauri Khan Designs, in Juhu, north west Mumbai, to celebrate her new show for Karan Johar's Dharmatic Entertainment. Her superstar husband Shah Rukh Khan lent her able support, as did her close pals in the film industry.   Gauri Khan.   Shah Rukh Khan joins in.   Watch the guests arrive in this video:      Maheep Kapoor.   Shanaya Kapoor.   Shanaya joins her daddy, Sanjay Kapoor.   Bhavana ..., 1 month ago

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Hindustan Times, 5 months ago

Video: Here's how Disha Patani spent her Sunday

Disha Patani hosted a brunch at an eatery in Bandra, in the north west suburb of Mumbai, on Republic Day for her Malang team. Directed by Mohit Suri, Malang will release on February 7.   Disha Patani.   Kunal Kemmu.   Watch the Malang team pose for the camera in this video:   Anil Kapoor.   Producer Bhushan Kumar.   Producer Luv Ranjan.   Aditya Roy Kapur joins in.     Director Mohit Suri with his team. Photographs: Pradeep Bandekar.
 Rediff.com2 months ago

See Arjun Rampal, Gabriella at a party!

Kim Sharma hosted her 40th birthday with a grand party at Olive restaurant in Bandra, in the north west suburb of Mumbai.   Birthday girl Kim Sharma greets the media.   Kim's cousin Arjun Rampal with partner Gabriella Demetriades.   Kim's mum joins in.   Kim's father.   Watch Kim's filmi friends arrive for the party in this video.   Chunky Panday with wife Bhavana.   Sanjay Kapoor with wife Maheep and Seema Khan.   Nandita Mahatani.   Dabboo ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Covid-19: Help him help these helpless migrants

Pappu Qureshi, a good samaritan in Mumbai, helps feed more than 15 migrant families, mostly daily wagers and their children, since Mumbai went into a lockdown, but with the 21-day national lockdown looming large, time is running out.Can you help? IMAGE: Some of the daily wagers from Uttarakhand, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh huddle together inside the home of one of the immigrants as an uncertain future lies ahead. Photograph: Kind courtesy Pappu Qureshi   A good samaritan, who was actively ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Mumbai: After the lockdown

Scenes from a deserted Mumbai, something that most of us have never seen. IMAGE: Marine Drive. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/   IMAGE: A seldom deserted Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus station. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/   IMAGE: CST station. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/   IMAGE: The BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation headquarters. Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/   IMAGE: The Taj Mahal hotel. Photograph: Hitesh ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

No Sena leaders were arrested in Mumbai in '93, Mr CJI

'It wasn't as if the senior police inspectors in charge of the police stations were not aware of the communal tension that was being created in their areas before and during the riots.''Yet they chose not to act,' recalls Jyoti Punwani. IMAGE: Security personnel stand guard in riot-hit Maujpur in northeast Delhi. Photograph: Rahul Singh/ANI   'Sometimes, there may be a flare-up when leaders are arrested. You know what happened in the Bombay riots... When shakha pramukhs were arrested, it ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

'I stand by what I said against Rahul Gandhi'

Photograph: PTI Photos   On December 14, Yogesh Soman, director of Mumbai University's Academy of Theatre Arts, recorded a video criticising Rahul Gandhi's remark against Vinayak Damodar Savarkar. In the video, Soman is heard speaking about Rahul's 'pappugiri', attacking his lineage. Soman's video was in reaction to Rahul's remarks at a public meeting on the same day where he refused to apologise to Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi for his 'Rape in India' remark in the Lok Sabha ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Economic Times

STEM jobs in India increase 44% in 2016-2019, shows data

Delhi is leading the way for STEM jobs with 31% of overall postings among metros, followed by Mumbai (21%), Bengaluru (14%), Pune (12%), Hyderabad (12%) & Chennai (10%). The West has beaten the rest of the country to the top spot, with 34% of all postings ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Migrant workers are not welcome in their villages

Many of the thousands of jobless workers, marching from their workplaces to their native villages in states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh hundreds of kilometres away amid the coronavirus lockdown, are not being welcomed back home. IMAGE: A group of migrants carry their belongings as they walk to their villages, amid a nationwide lockdown in the wake of coronavirus pandemic, near Delhi-UP Border in New Delhi. Photograph: Ravi Choudhary/PTI Photo In many places in Bihar and elsewhere, those ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

'Just for that hour, we didn't think of coronavirus'

"When Modiji announced the (Janta) curfew, I thought why don't I treat people to music during this time?" Sonu Nigam tells Ronjita Kulkarni/ This thought led to a blockbuster online concert -- a first of its kind -- on March 22, which saw as many as 1.6 million plus subscribers tune in. "People told me (later) that just for that hour, we didn't think of coronavirus."   Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonu Nigam/Instagram Sonu Nigam is currently in Dubai with his family. His son ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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