Hotel Mumbai movie review: Dev Patel, Anupam Kher's film on 26/11 terror attacks is immersive and gut-wrenching
Every aspect of Hotel Mumbai, from the direction and performances to the editing and production design, seems harrowingly real.
Justin Trudeau in India: Canadian PM stresses on reducing gender gap, lauds diversity in chat with Chanda Kochhar
On Tuesday, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau engaged in a fireside chat with ICICI Bank managing director and CEO Chanda Kochhar in Mumbai.
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Granting trademark over buildings like Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace violates citizen's right to cultural heritage
Trademarks over buildings such as Mumbai's iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel should not be granted by the Indian Trademark Office as it would unfairly restrict the right of the public to their cultural heritage
It has been eight years since 10 terrorists entered Mumbai and caused havoc across South Mumbai. Here's a recount of the events during the 26/11 attacks.
An Indian expert legal witness today told the UK High Court that the compensation claim of a British man paralysed during the 2008 Mumbai attacks could be heard expeditiously by Indian courts.
Wheelchair-bound Will Pike is suing the owners of Mumbai's iconic Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, the scene of a three-day terrorist siege in November 2008, over alleged negligence in providing security despite several warnings that an attack was imminent.
On the fifth anniversary of 26/11, Deshpande speaks to Firstpost on the heroic behaviour of the employees of the Taj Mahal Palace and Tower Hotel, which was occupied by terrorists for three days.
The 26/11 terror attacks, in which 166 people were killed, was a "terrible crime, an awful terrorist attack," Ban's spokesperson Martin Nesirky told PTI here.
Lawyers for Will Pike said that they are bringing a civil claim for damages at London's High Court against the Indian Hotels Company Ltd, part of Indian conglomerate Tata Group.
Fifteen premiering plays in four languages, feature films on theatre, outdoor performances, theatre appreciation workshops and street theatre competition - Centrestage 2011 is the place to be from tomorrow.