It's My Life, a remake of the Telugu film Bommarillu which was shot back in 2007, has skipped theatrical and digital release and will premiere on 29 November on Zee Cinema.
The bullet-riddled 20,000-seater stadium, home to Mosul Sports Cub, was not spared, caught up in the deadly battles for control.
Literature returns to Mosul two years after Islamic State's occupation, amid efforts to rebuild spirit of the city
Literature and poetry are regaining ground in the Iraqi city of Mosul two years after its brutal occupation by the Islamic State armed group that branded artists as criminals.
Over a year after Islamic State’s defeat in Iraq, militants return to strongholds of former ‘caliphate’ for revenge
A year and a half after the Islamic State group was declared defeated in Iraq, the militants still evoke fear in the lands of their former so-called caliphate across northern Iraq
55 dead after ferry sinks in Tigris River near Iraq's Mosul; incident occurred during Kurdish new year celebrations
Colonel Hussam Khalil, head of the civil defense in the northern Nineveh province, said the accident occurred as scores of people were out in a tourist area celebrating Nowruz, which marks the Kurdish new year and the arrival of spring.
Turkey to re-open consulate in Iraq's Mosul four years after freeing city from Islamic State's clutches
Turkey has planned to reopen a consulate in Mosul four years after ridding the city of Islamic State jihadists
Iraq holds first polls since victory over Islamic State, analysts say incumbent Haider al-Abadi marginally ahead
Iraqis voted in the first election since defeating Islamic State, but few people expect its new leaders to stabilise a country beset by conflicts, economic hardship and corruption since the fall of Saddam Hussein in 2003
Iraq declared victory in December against Islamic State — also known as ISIS — which at one point controlled a third of the country.
Iraq sentenced a French woman to life in prison for belonging to the Islamic State group, the latest in a series of court rulings since the country's defeat of Islamic State.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs 10 lakh each to the next of the kin of 39 Indians who were killed in Iraq, official sources said.
Congress, TMC slam VK Singh for 'shameful, reprehensible' remarks on ex-gratia for kin of Indians killed in Iraq
Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh drew flak from Congress and TMC on his reported remark comparing the demand for compensation to the families of 39 Indians killed in Iraq to distribution of biscuits.
Bodies of 38 Indians killed in Iraq reach Amritsar: VK Singh says compensation to kin of victims 'not like distributing biscuits'
Union Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh accompanied the mortal remains of 38 Indian men killed in Mosul as they arrived on Monday afternoon at the Amritsar International Airport.
Bodies of 38 Indians killed in Iraq reach Amritsar: Govt urges victims' families not to open caskets due to fear of toxic gases
VK Singh, shortly after bringing back the mortal remains of 38 Indians killed in Iraq, announced a Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia compensation for the family members of those who lost their lives.
39 Indians killed in Iraq: General VK Singh should have received bodies with guard of honour, draped in tricolour
The remains of the 38 Indians who were among the 39 Indians killed by Islamic State in Badush near Mosul in Iraq should have been draped in the Indian flag the moment they were received by General VK Singh
Bodies of 38 Indians killed in Iraq to arrive in Amritsar at 1.30 pm today; families told not to open caskets
General VK Singh is expected to arrive in Amritsar today at 1.30 pm with bodies of the 38 of the 39 Indians who were killed in Iraq by Islamic State. He will then fly to Bihar and West Bengal to hand over the remains to the family members of the deceased
The remains of 38 Indian construction workers captured and killed by the Islamic State group in northern Iraq were handed over to Indian authorities in Baghdad to be flown home later on Sunday.
Punjab's Migrant Workers in West Asia, Part IV: Families of Indians killed in Iraq await compensation, face uncertain future
Given the state's massive unemployment problem, thousands of marginalised and poor youths continue to ignore the risks and seek prospects in the Middle East
Punjab's Migrant Workers in West Asia, Part III: Lack of jobs at home pushes Indians into fatal Gulf trap
A large part of the workforce in Dubai and other Persian Gulf countries comes from Punjab, where they work on hazardous sites and live in poor conditions.
Punjab's Migrant Workers in West Asia, Part II: Travel agents who sent Indians to work in Iraq under probe
The demand for workers in Iraq has made Punjab a breeding ground for unauthorised travel agents, who are a part of international human trafficking network.
Ruckus in Parliament over SC/ST Atrocities Act, Andhra status; Houses adjourned for 15th day without business
The Parliament logjam continued for the 15th day on Friday as both the Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha were adjourned without completing any business for the day