Yakub Memon's mercy petition must be reconsidered: KTS Tulsi

Senior lawyer KTS Tulsi on Sunday said that the government should reconsider Yakub Memon's mercy petition in connection with the 1993 Bombay blasts case, adding that he has helped us in collecting some valuable evidence against Pakistan.

Yakub Memon's death penalty sends message 'India is not soft on terror': BJP

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shaina NC on Sunday said that the death penalty for 1993 Bombay blasts accused Yakub Memon would send a message to the terrorists' world over that India is not soft on terror.

Bomb detected on railway track in Kolkata

 A bomb was found on the rail track between Park Circus and Sealdah South up main line in the city on Saturday, disrupting train services in the section for sometime.

21-year-old IIT-Bombay student commits suicide in hostel

A chemical engineering student at IIT, Powai, here allegedly committed suicide, police said on Sunday.

Bollywood film 'Bombay' taught me about love: Zayn Malik
Bollywood film 'Bombay' taught me about love: Zayn Malik

Pop star Zayn Malik has revealed he learnt lessons of love as a child after watching 1995 Bollywood romantic drama "Bombay".

Alumni throng Ramlila as IITian takes oath as Delhi CM

A number of former IITians, including batchmates of Arvind Kejriwal at the IIT Kharagpur, were at the Ramlila Maidan to witness his swearing-in ceremony as the Delhi Chief Minister on Saturday.

Why 'Bombay' in 'Bombay Velvet' can be retained?
Why 'Bombay' in 'Bombay Velvet' can be retained?

After the Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) beeped out the word ‘Bombay’ from a new song sung by Mihir Joshi, one wonders if filmmaker Anurag Kashyap will be asked to change the title of his film "Bombay Velvet". But Pahlaj Nihalani, chairperson of the censorship body, has some good news for Kashyap.

Jaipur girl Astha Agarwal gets Rs 2.1 cr job offer from Facebook

Jaipur girl Astha Agarwal gets Rs 2.1-crore job offer from Facebook. She is doing her eighth semester of engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (IIT-B).

Pankaj Advani wants Ranbir Kapoor to star in a biopic on him
Pankaj Advani wants Ranbir Kapoor to star in a biopic on him

At a time when sports biopics seem to be the flavour of Bollywood, ace cueist Pankaj Advani said he would like to see one on his life as well starring current heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor as the rising actor is very "intense" and has played the sport himself.

Madhav Mantri, doyen of Indian cricket – Obituary

Former India wicket-keeper, Madhav Mantri passed away on Friday morning at the Lilavati Hospital following a heart attack. He was 92. He was a contemporary of legendary cricketers like Polly Umrigar, Vinoo Mankad, Vijay Manjrekar, Subhash Gupte and Lala Amarnath.

Arvind Swami set to return to Bollywood

Arvind Swami is set to return to Bollywood with Mahesh Manjrekar`s untitled bilingual project.

HC to hear Congress` plea for permission to hold Sonia`s rally at Shivaji Park

Bombay High Court said it would hear on Thursday petition filed by Mumbai Congress against decision of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai to refuse permission to hold rally at Shivaji Park.

HC pulls up police for arresting man sipping tea suspiciously

The Bombay High Court has rapped police for arresting a 49-year-old man under CrPc provisions on the ground that he was sipping tea in a `suspicious` manner at a stall in Kolhapur.

`Star Wars`, `Sound of Music` fight for `greatest movie soundtrack` title

BBC has launched a poll to find the greatest movie soundtrack of all time.

Life sentence to man for wife`s murder upheld by Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court has upheld the life sentence awarded to a 30-year-old man for murdering his wife by throwing acid on her over a property dispute after observing that there was clinching evidence against him.

Bombay HC pulls up prison authorities

The Bombay High Court has laid down certain guidelines for prison authorities to follow while cutting down remissions of prisoners who do not surrender after expiry of parole or furlough period.

Don`t get offers to sing in Bollywood: Hariharan

After singing in the Hindi film music industry for three decades, veteran singer Hariharan says he does not get many playback offers these days in Bollywood.

Man told to pay Dubai-based wife`s travel cost for court case

Bombay High Court has ordered an Indian businessman to pay his Dubai-based spouse Rs 25,000/month and also pay her travel expenses for the case.

Lisa Ray prefers Bombay over Mumbai

Actress Lisa Ray says the flavour of `Bombay` remains unchanged for her even as the city is now called `Mumbai`.

HC relief for UK national in pedophilia case

In a relief to Allan Waters, a UK national convicted for sexually abusing boys at an orphanage here, the Bombay HC on Tuesday accepted his petition.