The entertainment industry lost many talented artistes in 2014 with the demise of cinema personalities like Suchitra Sen, Zohra Sehgal, cinematographer V K Murthy, Sadashiv Amrapurkar and filmmaker K Balachander.
Troubled Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt was granted a 14-day furlough by the Yerawada Jail authorities this morning. The 55-year-old actor was quoted as saying that he has lost around 18 kgs in jail. The actor, who is serving the remaining 42 months of his prison term in connection with the illegal possession of arms in 1993 Mumbai blasts, has been out on parole on several occasions.
Some of Hollywood siren Marilyn Monroe's lost love letters are going to be auctioned off. The auction for 300 letters belonging to the iconic actress would take place on December 5-6 in Beverly Hills, reported Ace Showbiz.
While Indian tennis player Leander Paes progressed to the third round of men`s doubles, compatriot Sania Mirza lost out in the women`s doubles second round on a rain affected Day 6 of the All England Tennis Championship at Wimbledon here.
Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone might be thanking her stars for bagging all the good roles so far but the actress surely is not that lucky when it comes to traveling abroad. Turns out that Dippy darling lost her luggage the fourth time while coming back from Italy.
Observing that "speed post has lost its speed", Himachal Pradesh HC has directed the state Post Master General to file a report on the efficacy of the service and provide a record of complaints regarding delay in delivery.
With an eye on Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections due next year, Congress Wednesday launched an exercise to reclaim the politically crucial Poorvanchal region holding political rivals responsible for the problems plaguing the area.
Taking a dig at the CPI(M) on Wednesday, a Trinamool Congress leader today said that the West Bengal CM and other senior ministers were campaigning only in their own constituencies as the party had lost political ground.
Hitting back at allegations
against her ministry`s policies, Railway Minister Mamata on Saturday
said the Left Front government had lost all energy and will to
work in the greater interest of West Bengal and its people.