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One would be spoilt for choice if he is asked to choose his favourite pick from the following memorabilias: a signed boxing gloves by Muhammed Ali, a guitar signed by Dire Straits` Mark Knopfler, a bat autographed by none other than Sir Don Bradman.
Eros International Media Ltd. (Eros International) has announced that it will co-produce Sohail Khan Productionz's forthcoming film 'Jai Ho' which has Salman Khan in its lead. Presented by Eros International, produced by Sohail Khan and Sunil Lulla, '
BJP's Dalit Morcha cites encounters between BR Ambedkar and MS Golwalkar Share More In his lifetime, BR Ambedkar's hatred for caste system was well documented and is reflected in India's liberal Constitution he framed. In his lifetime, BR Ambedkar's
Friday , 22 November '13 I thought of it as I started writing this article in an atmosphere of post-Tendulkar gloom. Tuesday , 19 November '13 It is to Sachin Tendulkar's credit that he never allowed success to go to his head. Monday , 18 November '
But party unmoved, demands public apology from Jaya; producers say Big B's The Last Lear to release on Friday as scheduled A day after a fiery speech by Raj Thackeray addressed to a gathering of mediapersons and a consequent gag order served by the
Even as an all-party delegation from Maharashtra, along with the representatives of agitating sugarcane farmers, will meet Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in New Delhi on Tuesday, the farmers led by Swabhimani Shetkari Sangathana have decided to hold a
Elated after being included in both Test and ODI squad against South Africa, India batsman Ajinkya Rahane on Tuesday expressed confidence on his performance on the bouncy tracks. "I am included in the ODIs also, really happy for myself.
In a jolt to NCP chief Sharad Pawar, a city civil court on Tuesday temporarily restrained him from functioning as president of the Mumbai Cricket Association but gave him a week to appeal against the order.
As India marks the fifth anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks today, it is "important" that the perpetrators of the "terrible crime" should be brought to justice, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's spokesperson said. The 26/11 terror attacks, in
People across Mumbai, India have paused to pay tribute to the men and women killed in a terrorist attack on the city back in 2008. More than 160 people, including 26 foreign nationals, died in the three-day attack in Mumbai on 26 November 2008 led by