news1 98 iftars in Dubai this Ramadan
Restaurants and hotels across Dubai will offer lavish family feasts when the sun goes down during Ramadan. These gatherings are known as 'iftar', literally translated as 'to break the fast'....
Posted On: 08/6/2016
news2 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
news3 'No film more honest than Udta Punjab'
"Udta Punjab", which brings to the big screen Punjab's menacing issue of drug abuse, is an "honest" portrayal of the situation, says the film's co-producer Anurag Kashyap in response to the a reported demand by the censor board to chop out any reference to Punjab in the movie....
Posted On: 08/6/2016
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 Lavish Ramadan tents are back in demand
Dubai: The growing trend of lavish Dubai tents during Ramadan is here to stay. Despite most families have their own Ramadan traditions - from cultural dishes to family gatherings and group prayers at the mosque - the trend of tents has slowly become a part of the Ramadan culture....
Posted On: 16/6/2016
news6 I learnt a lot from Dhoni: Kohli on captaincy
NEW DELHI: Virat Kohli boasts of an impressive record as captain since taking over the reigns of Indian Test team two years ago and the right-hander feels the essence of being a leader lies in taking bold decisions and backing it to the hilt without thinking about consequences. Under Kohli's leadership, India has won nine Tests out of 16 matches...
Posted On: 06/10/2016
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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