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Gujarat Government bars VHP from screening Godhra film
December 7, 2002
It did so fearing that the carnage films might reignite religious tension ahead of the polls.
Gujarati cinema icons hit campaign trail
December 6, 2002
They sing, they
and they deliver speeches full of histrionics as their audiences blow shrill whistles in appreciat ...
Tradition laces the wine in summiteers' tavern
May 27, 2003
The most well known watering hole for climbers is the Rum Doodle restaurant, made famous in 1985 by Newsweek that called ...
Megha Utsav to welcome monsoon
June 17, 2003
In a novel way to welcome monsoon, a three-day festival of
, music and art would be held here by a Kolkata-based or ...
Rejoicing in rain as monsoon hits northeast
June 7, 2003
Dozens of people
d in the rain in Guwahati after the monsoon hit the region, bringing welcome relief to the northea ...
March 21, 2003
Rob Marshall's debut feature Chicago is a delightful musical set in the 1920s America, when jazz and tap
were at t ...
English Bollywood challenges Mumbai Bollywood
December 27, 2003
Brit director James Wooding's Bollywood Queen, while following Mumbai's song and
routine, plans to outdo th ...
Akshay is having khakee blues
August 30, 2003
Akshay is sulking as he will not be a part of the
number in Khakee. The song is a
director's and acto ...
Birmingham troupe wins world bhangra dance title
December 25, 2003
Gurcharan Mall's Nachda Sansaar bhangra team has won the world bhangra dancing title in Chicago, reports Naban ...
Pak ready to talk but India must agree, says Kasuri
January 3, 2004
Pakistan wants to
to the music of peace, but India is not yet a willing partner, Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood ...
November 29, 2003
Paharganj is almost like a mini city within the Capital. A railway station, markets, budget hotels, an exclusive pocket ...
Size does matter in weighty affairs
October 2, 2004
In a delectably nutty debate, Dr Saumya Balsari sizes up smaller chocolate
in her column.
For them one daily meal is a luxury
January 26, 2006
Revelries of Republic Day have no meaning for the destitute sons of freedom fighters who have been shunned away by ...
Big B?s tryst with poetry
August 30, 2004
Big B's rich baritone will accompany danseuse Tanusree Shankar's
Dance like a winner
October 5, 2004
The National Award for
Like a Man has given Pamela Rooks a fillip after a low phase, writes Saibal Chatterjee.
Will Pakistan take the right lessons from Peshawar?
'You are beyond evil': Anupam Kher to militants behind Peshawar attack
Acting blind to beg on Delhi streets earned him 5 seconds of fame in Aamir's PK
Aamir Khan's PK: 5 things to watch out for
Thakur Saryu Prasad Singh: The man who made the Sorens in Jharkhand
Peshawar school attack: More than 130, mostly children, massacred by Taliban militants
Pakistan in mourning as parents bury children killed by Taliban
Diandra Soares evicted from Bigg Boss 8: Could she really be pregnant?
132 children killed as Taliban gunmen storm Peshawar school
Sydney siege: Infosys techie among several hostages in cafe; negotiations with gunman on
Prosecution surprised over Lakhvi's bail; reports say Pak govt will challenge ruling
PM Modi steps in to speed up stuck projects worth $300 billion: Report
Nigeria on edge: Boko Haram abducts 185 including women, kids
What happened at Sydney cafe: Witness' account
Sonia in hospital with respiratory problem, stable
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