HindustanTimes Sat,19 Apr 2014


Street 750: Built for Asia, made in India

When early last year Harley Davidson unveiled two new motorcycles, it injected a high dose of expectation in the market since they were SMALL bikes — by Harley standards — a 750 cc and a 500 cc.

MF Husain’s last paintings at London exhibition

The last nine paintings of painter MF Husain commissioned by the Lakshmi Mittal family are, for the first time, to be put up for public display at an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum next month.

Chitrangada Singh, Jyoti Randhawa divorced in November

It has been confirmed that actor Chitrangada Singh divorced golfer Jyoti Randhawa in November last year. The custody of their son has been granted to the actor.

LS polls: HT readers tell us what changes they want to bring about by voting

As voters waited for their turn to cast ballots, in the biggest display of democracy in the world, we asked them what changes they want to see in the country through their votes. Take a look at some of the best responses.

Salman Khan returns to small screen with Mission Sapne

Starting April 27, we will see Bollywood stars transform into aam aadmi for Mission Sapne. The TV show will feature Ranbir Kapoor, Salman Khan, Karan Johar, Varun Dhawan, Drashti Dhami, Ram Kapoor, Ronit Roy and Mika.

What’s in a name? They’re all Kejriwals

While every political party is deriding Aam Aadmi Party chief as a 'deserter of Delhi', he is nearly deified in this small settlement, where people believe only he can rid the country of corruption.

India’s Titli lands at Cannes Film Fest

India’s Titli, directed by debutant Kanu Behl, will be a part of the Cannes Film Festival’s A Certain Regard. Produced by Dibakar Banerjee and Yash Raj Films, Titli features Ranvir Shorey, Amit Sial and newcomer Shashank Arora in the lead roles.

National Film Awards: are they rewarding enough?

The winners of 61st National Awards were announced on Wednesday. Beyond recognition, what does it mean for the actors and filmmakers? We break it down in terms of money and find the country's highest cinematic honour lacking.

Filmistaan trailer out: Bonding with the terrorists over Bollywood

If you are a Bollywood lover, nobody can harm you, not even the terrorists. That's what Nitin Kakkar's Filmistaan is all about. The film also won the Best Hindi Film award at the 60th National Awards.

Backed by Sangh Parivar, TV’s ‘super bahu’ dazzles Rae Bareli

Gandhi family bastion, Amethi, is most likely to remain one. But by the time the last voter here would have cast her vote on May 7, Smriti Zubin Irani would have somewhat shaken and stirred Rahul Gandhi's constituency.

Will the real candidates please stand up?

Voters in Maharashtra's Maval parliamentary constituency could be forgiven for asking the real candidates to please stand up. The ballot has a total of five men sharing names with the top contenders.

Shotgun Sinha dismisses Nitish Kumar with a fiery 'khamosh!'

In either Bollywood or the battlefield, Shatrughan Sinha has only one word for his enemy. A stern 'khamosh!'. On Thursday, the actor-turned-politician had the same reply to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar's prospects in the Lok Sabha polls.

Movie review: In Mahanagar, Satyajit Ray documents a social dilemma

In black-and-white and looking superb as if it has just popped out of the cans, Mahanagar documents with brilliant sensitivity a changing Calcutta of the mid-1950s The film's digitally restored version opens on April 18 in eight cities.

X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of drugging, raping teenage boy

Producer and director Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in California and Hawaii in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit which was filed weeks before the release of Singer's upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Nobody knew that US mom who killed 6 babies was pregnant

A Utah mother accused of slaying six of her own infant children over the course of a decade secretly gave birth to each of the babies without medical assistance at home and then immediately killed them.
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