Tunisia with its unique diversity beckons Indian film markers
Tunisia stretches from the Meditteranean Sea to the Sahara desert – as an ideal location for Indian film-makers. The country has a solid infrastructure due to the well-developed tourist industry and visa free travel for Indians has opened new opportunities for Indian film makers to explore Tunisia as the new destination.
MUBI launches in India with a channel dedicated to Indian films
The streaming platform offers a collection of hand-picked films, introducing ...
'Bala' on a roll: Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer mints Rs 100 cr worlwide, actor thanks fans in Hindi
'Bala' minted over Rs 10 crore on its opening day.
Hrithik Roshan-starrer 'War' a winner at BO; ends its 6-week run with Rs 317 cr
The film earned Rs 50 crore on its first day.
View: For a solution to Delhi pollution, let’s start by renaming it ‘north Indian haze’
From calling it ‘Delhi pollution’, we need to rechristen it the ‘north Indian haze’. The north Indian haze, by definition, cannot be made a single state political issue. It has to be dealt with together. And since we are talking about haze, we can go to the heart of what causes it — stubble burning.
Indian-Americans chip in to balance Kashmir hearing
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission organised a US House of Representative hearing on Kashmir issue over “continued restrictions and detentions in J&K” which was attended by 25 Indian-Americans. India, thorough its embassy in Washington, worked through channels to blunt Pakistan’s effort to create an overbearing narrative on Kashmir at the hearing.
BJP attacks Gandhi family over IT tribunal order on Young Indian
At a press conference, BJP leader and Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad alleged that the Congress' ruling family amassed properties worth more than Rs 2,000 crore through investment of just Rs 50 lakh in AJL and dubbed it as the "family model of development".
5 Indian students qualify for Oxford Big Read Asia contest
The winners from India are B R Nimeesha (from Madurai), Ananya Sheorey, Saara Sen, Neha Chhajed and Sama S Jahagirdar (all from Nagpur), a statement from Oxford University Press said. Among the other winners are two students from China and one each from Pakistan and Malaysia.
More than just a film: 'Rang De Basanti' is helping Ukraine kids learn Hindi
The movie's portrayal of Indian youth combined with its history-driven plot makes it the perfect tool to teach Hindi.
More Indians, including diaspora, heading to Ireland
Ireland enables free access to the EU. Further, on acquiring Irish citizenship under the ‘Common Travel Area Agreement’ between Ireland and UK, individuals can live and work in the UK without requiring any further visa or work permit. This makes Ireland the only country in the world, whose citizens have free access to all EU countries and the UK.
Pakistan shells forward posts along LoC in Poonch
Pakistani troops started an unprovoked firing of mortar shells in Shahpur region, Kerni and Qasba area on Sunday morning, prompting a quick retaliation by the Indian army. There was no report of any casualty in the shelling, which has prompted people to take shelter in safe places such as underground bunkers.
RBI’s Shaktikanta Das calls for tighter governance at Indian state-run banks
Describing the lack of strict norms as the "elephant in the room", he said this had led to all sorts of ills.
Nirmala Sitharaman rules out quick recovery for Indian economy
FM said it’s too soon to say whether India would be able to stick to fiscal deficit targets.
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