news1 Pakistani singer Salma Agha to get life time Indian visa
Having given her voice to a few Bollywood films, Pakistani born singer Salma Agha will be granted Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) Card. The actress is a British citizen, with grandparents hailing from India....
Posted On: 31/5/2016
news2 Ramadan night market in Dubai from June 23
Dubai's famous 10-day Ramadan Night Market is all set to open on June 23 at Dubai World Trade Centre. The event - which will run until July 2 - will be open from 8pm to 2am, and will include a variety of products and brands from around the region, as well as food, entertainment and lucky draws....
Posted On: 13/6/2016
news3 At Alserkal Avenue, Ramadan with a creative touch
This Ramadan, there is a lot happening in the arts and cultural neighbourhood of Alserkal Avenue; and the good news for art lovers is that there are many arts related events taking place late in the evenings. This year Alserkal Avenue added many new art and design spaces to the complex after an ambitious expansion project, and has launched its own ...
Posted On: 16/6/2016
news4 Irrfan Khan wants an R.D. Burman biopic
Actor Irrfan Khan says that a biopic about late composer R.D. Burman needs to be made....
Posted On: 06/7/2016
news5 Women workers learn to laugh their woes away
Abu Dhabi: A group of women who work as cleaners at various shopping malls in Abu Dhabi have found a new way of coping with the daily stresses of life - laughter yoga....
Posted On: 11/6/2016
news6 Shakti Mohan to make Bollywood debut
Contemporary dancer Shakti Mohan is set to make her Bollywood debut with choreographer and director Remo D'Souza's film. Mohan, who has participated in reality TV dance shows such as Dance India Dance season 2, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, and in Channel V's TV show Dil Dosti Dance, will play the lead in the film alongside dancer Salman Yousuf Khan....
Posted On: 16/6/2016
INDIAN PREMIER LEAGUE 2016
St. John's: India will begin a seven-week tour of the West Indies starting on July 6 with four Tests and two practice matches, the cricket boards of both countries confirmed on Thursday.....

Posted On: 08/06/2016
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Is this the only thing our policemen know?
Police in India are guilty of widespread human rights violations, including beatings, torture and illegal killings, a new report alleges.

The US-based group Human Rights Watch says India’s policing system facilitates and even encourages abuses. It says there has been little change in attitudes, training or equipment since the police was formed in colonial times with the aim to control the population.

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