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Jan 18, 2018
Hindi poetry, Sanskrit shlokas and witty one liners: How different FMs tried to make budget speeches interestingAnnual budget in India is an eventful affair and it sparks heated national debate around the times of its release
Oct 18, 2017
Riz Ahmed in talks to play Hamlet in upcoming Netflix adaptation of Shakespearean playThis adaptation of Hamlet, which may star Riz Ahmed, will be set in modern-day London, which faces economic and political uncertainty
Oct 14, 2017
Four civilians injured in heavy firing by Pakistani troops along LoC in PoonchTwo children and two youth were injured on Saturday night in heavy firing and shelling by Pakistani troops on civilian hamlets and forward posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, a defence spokesman said
Apr 28, 2016
West Bengal polls: 800 'hamlets' declared 'vulnerable' for 5th phase pollAround 800 'hamlets' in the city have been identified as "vulnerable" while 1,467 booths marked "sensitive" for the fifth phase of poll on Saturday in the ongoing Assembly elections in the state, city police sources said.
Apr 23, 2016
Google doodle marks Shakespeare's 400th death anniversarySearch engine giant Google paid homage on Friday to William Shakespeare with a doodle to mark his 400th death anniversary.
Mar 16, 2016
As happy as a Dane: Denmark nationals happiest in Europe, says EUDenmark, perhaps better known for fierce marauding Vikings than being a nation of the happiest people, has just won that very accolade. Again.
Sep 24, 2015
ISRO celebrates Mangalyaan's first birthday by releasing Mars AtlasIndia's globally acclaimed Mars mission completed one year on Thursday with Indian Space Research Organisation releasing the Mars Atlas to mark the feat
Mar 24, 2015
Haider's win at National Awards has made me fearless: Vishal BharadwajArray
Oct 09, 2014
Never complained about Haider: Omar AbdullahJammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has denied news reports about his complaint against Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider.
Oct 06, 2014
Ceasefire violation: Heaviest shelling by Pak in decades leaves villagers traumatisedBlood stained beds, torn off roof-tops and windows punctured by bullets and splinters of mortar bombs are a mute testimony to the Pakistani shelling in the border hamlet where smell of cordite and gunpowder hangs in the air.