Priyanka Chopra fought real boxers in `Mary Kom`

Priyanka Chopra fought with real boxers in ‘Mary Kom’, a biopic on the five time World Champion boxer.

Will try our best: `Mary Kom` makers on film`s Manipur release

Makers of ‘Mary Kom’, based on boxer MC Mary Kom's life, have said they will try their best to release the movie in Manipur, the Olympic bronze medallist's home state, where Hindi films are not shown since a few years.

`Mary Kom` Priyanka Chopra presents another `first look`

After Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra’s ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ featuring Farhan Akhtar, Priyanka Chopra is gearing up with her boxing gloves to present herself in and as ‘Mary Kom’.

Don`t break away and erode UK`s global clout: David Cameron to Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron will make an emotional appeal for Scotland to remain part of the United Kingdom.

Sochi Olympics 2014: US warships enter Black Sea amid `toothpaste bomb` threat

Amidst a flurry of threats flooding Russia as it hosts Winter Olympics 2014, the US has positioned two warships in the Black Sea to provide help in case of any untoward incident threatens security.

Two US ships arrive in Black Sea before Sochi Olympics

Two US warships have arrived in the Black Sea and will stand ready to offer assistance in the case of a security emergency at the Sochi Olympic games.

Bigger security threat outside Sochi: US official

The biggest security threat facing the Olympic games in Russia is a possible attack in areas outside of Sochi and its heavily-guarded venues, a top US counter-terrorism official said.

2014 Winter Olympics: Police hunts for suspected suicide bomber `Black Widow` in Sochi

Russian authorities are hunting for `Black Widow`, a possible suicide bomber, whose presence in Sochi has been confirmed ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Russia tightens security in Sochi before Olympics

Russian forces went on combat alert in Sochi and tightened restrictions on access to the Black Sea resort as part of measures by President Vladimir Putin to ensure security at next month`s Winter Olympics.

Russia will enforce anti-gay law during Olympics

Russia will enforce a new law cracking down on gay rights activism when it hosts international athletes and fans during the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.

Malaysian royalty jailed four years over boxer assault

A court sentenced a Malaysian royal family member and two others to four years in jail for assaulting a national boxer, their lawyer said on Friday.

London 2012 hurdles is latest Google doodle

London 2012 hurdles can be termed as the most fun Olympic doodle ever that Google has created.

London 2012 Javelin: The 11th Google Olympic doodle

As the world continues to celebrate the biggest sporting extravaganza, Google chose to feature London 2012 Javelin competition as its latest doodle on the homepage on Monday.

G4S guard charged in Olympic bomb hoax case

UK security firm G4S is facing further embarrassment after it emerged that one of its guards had been charged with making a bomb threat.

London 2012 Table Tennis is the latest Google doodle

Google celebrates London 2012 Table Tennis with a new doodle on the sixth day of the sporting event.

Medvedev may run for President again

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has not ruled out that he would run for President again if Russians support his return to the Kremlin.

`Romney embarrassed US with London Olympics gaffe`

Within hours of landing in London, Mitt Romney had said that it was ‘hard to know just how well’ the Olympics would turn out.

Obama to watch Romney`s horse compete in Games

White House press secretary Jay Carney has said US President Barack Obama loves the Olympic Games.

`London Olympics cannot police activities of Dow`

The Indian subsidiary of Union Carbide Corporation was guilty for the world’s worst ever industrial disaster in Bhopal in 1984.

Chinese maker of US Olympic uniforms hits back

Li Guilian`s Dayang Trands firm manufactured the US Olympic team’s Ralph Lauren blazers and slacks.