AIB knockout: Petition filed against 14 artists for 'obscenity'
AIB knockout: Petition filed against 14 artists for 'obscenity'

 A petition has been filed against 14 film artistes including Karan Johar, Arjun Kapoor and Ranveer Singh, for allegedly promoting obscenity through a show.

Two Pakistan intruders shot dead by BSF; 12-kg heroin, rifle seized
Two Pakistan intruders shot dead by BSF; 12-kg heroin, rifle seized

Two suspected Pakistani intruders were shot dead here by security personnel in the early hours on Sunday as they were trying to smuggle in heroin worth Rs 60 crore into India, a day after 24-kg of the contraband was seized following a similar operation near the border.

India shares Singapore's grief over loss of Lee Kuan Yew: PM Narendra Modi
India shares Singapore's grief over loss of Lee Kuan Yew: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Singapore on Sunday to attend the funeral of nation's founder premier Lee Kuan Yew and said that people in India share Singapore's grief over the loss.

India condemns violence, persecution in name of religion

India has strongly condemned the violence perpetrated by extremist groups in the name of religion and ethnicity, emphasising that the need for world community to collectively demonstrate zero-tolerance towards the "strikes at our common humanity" has never been greater.

Student beaten for 'not paying fees'

 A 7-year-old girl student of a private school was allegedly beaten by a her teacher for not paying the school fees, promoting parents to approach NHRC.

Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda
Make in India, job creation high on PM Modi's agenda

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his tour to France, Germany and Canada from April 10-16 would be focused on supporting India's national economic agenda through programmes like Make in India in order to create jobs for the youth.

80 Indians heading back home from Yemen via Djibouti

As many as 80 Indians are leaving conflict-hit Yemen's Sanaa for Djibouti where Indian mission will assist them in returning home.

Top courts of BRICS countries to expand judicial cooperation

Top judges of BRICS countries on Saturday held their first meeting and called for equitable governance and inclusive growth while asking emerging economies to expand cooperation for sharing experience on judicial reforms.

Victoria Memorial, Museum blackout in Kolkata for Earth Hour

As millions of people across the globe pledged to switch off non-essential lights for an hour to observe the Earth Hour, the city's iconic Victoria Memorial and the Indian Museum too joined the cause to save power.

Delhi switches off lights for India's seventh Earth Hour
Delhi switches off lights for India's seventh Earth Hour

As the world celebrates the ninth edition of Earth Hour by switching off their lights for one straight hour, Delhi too joins in the celebrations marking India's seventh Earth Hour.

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SAARC satellite's configuration to be finalised soon: ISRO

The configuration of SAARC satellite will be finalised soon and it launched within 18 month, said the Indian space agency chief on Saturday.

Environmental laws being reviewed to give more teeth: Prakash Javadekar

 The Centre is reviewing all environmental laws with an aim to give them more teeth and hand severe punishment in cases of encroachment and violation, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Saturday.

'CSK' review: Good thriller that needed more thrills
'CSK' review: Good thriller that needed more thrills

"CSK" is the kind of thriller that attempts something offbeat but doesn't quite succeed in keeping us on the edge of our seats.

Malayalam play wins maximum awards at META
Malayalam play wins maximum awards at META

 Malayalam play "Mathi" won the top honours, including best director, best actor and best original script at the prestigious Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards(META), the organisers said on Saturday.

Indigenously built dredger ready to be inducted in Indian Navy

Tebma Shipyards on Saturday said its indigenously built dredger is ready to be inducted in the Indian Navy.

I want ten children, says Katie Price
I want ten children, says Katie Price

TV personality and former model Katie Price says she would call her life a "success" if she had 10 children. Also, she would consider adopting if she is told she cannot have any more children.

Italian designer researched Bollywood, books for Indian line

Italian designer Marta Santambrogio, the new creative director of Shingora's luxury division, says that there was whole lot of research involving Indian cinema, books and markets that went behind making the brand's latest line of shawls, scarves and stoles.

Big actors refused my film due to Sunny Leone: Bobby Khan
Big actors refused my film due to Sunny Leone: Bobby Khan

Filmmaker Bobby Khan, who roped in Sunny Leone for his movie "Ek Paheli Leela", says many known actors refused to work in it because of the presence of the Indo-Canadian adult film star.

Post 'Bigg Boss', Gautam Gulati finds time management tough
Post 'Bigg Boss', Gautam Gulati finds time management tough

Determined to ensure that his "Bigg Boss 8" victory doesn't go to waste, Gautam Gulati is making an all-out effort to market his popularity in every conceivable way including films. But time management is turning out to be a hassle.