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Surpanakha - A destructive demoness from the Ramayana or tormented woman?

Surpanakha - A destructive demoness from the Ramayana or tormented woman?

It was time that Surpanakha got her chance to tell her story of repression, rage, revenge -- and eventual redemption. 

Visit Dudheshwar Nath Mandir to make your wishes fulfilled

Visit Dudheshwar Nath Mandir in Ghaziabad to make your wishes fulfilled.

Pope calls for reparations for 'sins' in war-ravaged Lanka

Pope Francis on Wednesday called for reparations for the "sins" committed during the decades of civil war in Sri Lanka which "tore open the heart" of the country as he visited a famed Catholic shrine in a former conflict zone in Tamil-dominated northern region.

The truth of Ashok Vatika in Lanka

Ashok Vatika was a garden in Lanka, the Kingdom of demon king, Ravana, as mentioned in the Vishnu Purana and Hindu epic.This video attempts to find out the authenticity of places mentioned in Ramayana

China permits more direct flights to Lanka, Maldives

China has permitted more direct flights to Sri Lanka and Maldives to facilitate its tourists to visit the two South Asian countries, which have emerged as Beijing`s strategic allies in recent years.

Lankan panel asked to probe 1990 LTTE massacre of policemen

A Sri Lankan panel investigating the cases of thousands of people who went missing during the nearly three-decade war with LTTE has been asked to probe the execution of over 600 policemen by the Tamil rebels in 1990.

Jayalalithaa against proposed military hardware supply to Lanka

Jayalalithaa expressed shock over New Delhi`s proposal to supply two naval warships to Sri Lanka.

Lanka Buddhist pilgrims get nod to visit Bodh Gaya

Sri Lankan Buddhist pilgrims on Wednesday got the green signal to visit the Mahabodhi temple in India.

Ensure implementation of Rajiv-Jayawardene accord

The CPI(M) on Friday asked the government to play a "proactive" diplomatic role in ensuring the implementation of the Rajiv-Jayawardene accord to enable Sri Lankan Tamils lead a life of dignity as equal citizens.

Russel Arnold says Australia in for ‘rude shock’ in India tour

Former all rounder Russel Arnold has warned the current Australia Test team that they might have won their last series 3-0 against Sri Lanka at home, but they will struggle to compete in their four-Test tour of India starting next month because of their lack of Test experience and spin bowling paucity.

Pursuing ‘genuine’ reconciliation: India to Lanka

New Delhi has emphasised to Colombo the importance of a "genuine" reconciliation process to address grievances of the Tamil community.

Lack of promotion killed ‘Lanka’: Manoj Bajpayee

Manoj Bajpayee, whose latest film ‘Lanka’ has fared average at the Box Office, feels it could have done better if it had good promotions.

Review: Manoj Bajpai eclipses ‘Lanka’

Maqbool Khan’s ‘Lanka’ is the modern-day spinoff of Ramayana where Manoj Bajpai, Tia Bajpai and Arjan Bajwa represent seminal characters from the great Indian epic.

There are no villains: Manoj Bajpai

Manoj Bajpai, known for his versatility, has portrayed a character inspired by mythological demon king Raavan in his next film ‘Lanka’. But he says he does not believe in the word "villain".

To watch best story, go for `Lanka`: Manoj Bajpai

Director Vikram Bhatt`s last film ‘Haunted’ bombed at the box office and now he is back with ‘Lanka’.

Vikram Bhatt’s ‘Lanka’ to release Dec 9

Vikram Bhatt`s action drama ‘Lanka’, which he terms "modern day folklore", will release worldwide Dec 9.

‘Vibhishan’ now changed to ‘Lanka’: Bajpai

Manoj Bajpai and Vikram Bhatt were said to be in a tiff over their film`s title.

No political link to `attack on Lankan pilgrims`

Sri Lankan Deputy High Commission in
Chennai had transferred the pilgrims to a hotel in safe

Lankan police chief resigns over crackdown on workers` protest

Sri Lankan police chief Mahinda
Balasuriya on Wednesday resigned taking responsibility for a violent
crackdown on a workers` protest, in which one protester was
killed and more than 200 injured.

Two US nationals held with weapon at Lanka airport: Police

Two US nationals were arrested
after a weapon was found in their carry-on luggage at the
Bandaranaike international airport here, police said.