Archive for October, 2018

I’m supporting myself with my production banner, says Salman

Mumbai, Oct 31 Superstar Salman Khan says he will support independent movies and filmmakers with his production banner if he likes the subject, but for now he is “supporting myself”.

Salman came out with his own production banner — Salman Khan Films — in 2014, and co-produced “Dr. Cabbie”. He also…

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Modi pays tribute to Indira Gandhi on her death anniversary

New Delhi, Oct 31 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday paid tribute to former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her death anniversary.

“Tributes to Mrs. Indira Gandhi on her death anniversary,” Modi tweeted.

Gandhi was India’s first woman Prime Minister. She was born on November 19, 1917 and was…

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Day after Diwali, Delhi reels under blanket of smog

New Delhi, Oct 31 (PTI) A thick blanket of smog engulfed the national capital a day after Diwali festivities, leading to poor visibility conditions across the city.

The weather office reported shallow to moderate levels of fog in many parts of the city. Safdarjung observatory recorded visibility at 200 metres…

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8 SIMI activists escape from Bhopal jail

Bhopal, Oct 31 (PTI) Eight activists of the banned SIMI escaped from the Central Jail here on Monday by killing a security guard and scaling the prison wall with the help of bed sheets, following which some officials responsible for jail security have been suspended

“Eight SIMI or Students Islamic…

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Development agenda or Mandir. Hobson’s choice before BJP

Before the active  canvassing starts for poll to U.P Assembly  to be held in 2017 BJP faces Hobson’s choice to make development agenda as their poll plank or go back to agenda of building Ram temple in Ayodhya and hope to win by dividing the voters on communal…

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Ranji: Hyderabad bundle Himachal Pradesh out for 36 runs

Guwahati, Oct 29: Hyderabad bundled Himachal Pradesh out for a meagre 36 runs in their first innings in a Group C Ranji Trophy cricket match at the Barsapara Stadium here on Friday.

As many as 15 wickets fell on Day Two as Hyderabad seamers M. Ravi Kiran and Chama Milind…

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Signing of EU-Canada trade deal set for Sunday

Brussels, Oct 29  Leaders of the European Union (EU) and Canada will meet here over the weekend to sign the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), European Council President Donald Tusk announced.
“Mission accomplished! Just agreed with (Canadian) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold EU-Canada Summit this Sunday,” Tusk…

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Watching Tabu’s ‘Hawa’ act helped Daljeet Kaur

Mumbai, Oct 29 : Actress Daljeet Kaur, who plays Manjiri in the TV show “Kaala Teeka”, will be seen recreating the rape scene from the 2003 film “Hawa”, starring Tabu.

In the upcoming episodes of the Zee TV show, Devri played by Vineet Rana, who has cast his eyes on Manjiri…

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Diwali celebrated in Tamil Nadu with traditional fervour

Chennai, Oct 29  Tamil Nadu woke up early on Saturday to celebrate Diwali with children bursting crackers and adults assisting them and conducting pujas in their homes and temples.
People had special sesame oil bath and wore new clothes. Friends and relatives asked one another the ritualistic question? “Ganga Sthanam…

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BSF jawan dies in ceasefire violation by Pakistan

Srinagar, Oct 29 (PTI) A BSF jawan was today killed in ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops in Macchil sector along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

28-year-old Constable Koli Nitin Subhash, hailing from Sangli in Maharashtra, was martyred this morning in firing by Pakistani security forces…

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