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ISL: Antonio German <strong>strike</strong> helps Kerala draw level with Mumbai

ISL: Antonio German strike helps Kerala draw level with Mumbai

27 Nov 2015

Mumbai: Antonio German struck in the penultimate minute before time to help Kerala Blasters FC negate Mumbai City FC's first-half lead and draw the India Super League football game at 1-1 here yesterday.

ISL 2015,   Indian Super League,   Kerala Blasters FC,   Mumbai City FC,   Antonio German,   Kerela vs Mumbai,   Latest sports news,  
Ecuador's players <strong>strike</strong> over USD 20 million salary backlog

Ecuador's players strike over USD 20 million salary backlog

27 Nov 2015

Quito: Players in Ecuador's top two soccer divisions have gone on strike over about USD 20 million in the form of salaries owed to them by the clubs.

Ecuador,   Ecuador player strike,   Ecuador salary backlog,   Edwin Tenorio,   Ecuador Footballer Association,   Latest sports news,  
Chemists to go on indefinite <strong>strike</strong> from mid-December

Chemists to go on indefinite strike from mid-December

26 Nov 2015

New Delhi: Members of the All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists (AIOCD) will go on an indefinite strike from mid-December as the government has  failed to stop the online sale of drugs through various e-pharmacies, an AIOCD official said today.

Chemist strike,   Chemist on indefinite strike,   e-pharmacies in India,   Chemist on e-pharmacies,   Medicine on online stores,   Chemist on government,   latest states news,  
Human, technical errors to blame for Afghan hospital <strong>strike</strong>

Human, technical errors to blame for Afghan hospital strike

26 Nov 2015

Kabul: US forces who launched an air strike on an Afghan hospital last month intended to attack a nearby Taliban-controlled compound, military officials told American media, citing an investigation set to blame human and technical error for the deadly strike.

Afghan air strike,   Afghan hospital attack,   Kunduz terror attack,   investigation in Afghan attack,   Latest World News ,  
Lawyers have no right to go on <strong>strike</strong> or boycott: HC

Lawyers have no right to go on strike or boycott: HC

26 Nov 2015

Madurai: The Madras High Court has said lawyers had no right to go on strike or give a call for boycott or even go on token strike. "The protest, if any, can be by giving press statement,TV interviews etc that could be given outside court. Even carrying placards,wearing black bands,banners,going on dharna,procession should be done outside and away from the court", a division bench of the Court's Madurai bench, comprising Justice R.Sudhakar and Justice V.M.Velumani, said.

Laywers on strike,   HC on lawyers strike,   High Court on lawyers,   Madras High Court,   latest states news,  
 In pics: Highest paid Television <strong>actors</strong>

In pics: Highest paid Television actors

19 Nov 2015

New Delhi: The small screen has time and again lured audience with its never ending magic and charisma. The television industry is often referred to as 'small screen' but the cheques the television actors grab are quite big. The aura and charm of these actors are so high that they are even demanded in Bollywood these days.

Television actors,   Television actors fees,   Highest paid Television actors,   Fees charged by Television actors,   TV show,   Television actress fees,   Latest television news,  
Ranbir, Deepika fantastic <strong>actors</strong> and human beings: Shah Rukh Khan

Ranbir, Deepika fantastic actors and human beings: Shah Rukh Khan

19 Nov 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has hailed Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor as fantastic actors as well as human beings. At a promotional event of their upcoming film 'Tamasha', the duo had dubbed the pair of Shah Rukh and Kajol as 'palangtod'.

anbir Kapoor,   Deepika Padukone,   Shah Rukh Khan,   Shah Rukh Kajol movie,   Shah Rukh in Dilwale,   Dilwale songs,   Bollywood celebs,   Latest Entertainment News ,  
No pay parity between male, female <strong>actors</strong>: Sharmila Tagore

No pay parity between male, female actors: Sharmila Tagore

18 Nov 2015

Kolkata: Sharmila Tagore feels while it is a good change that female actors are getting better roles written for them today, the disparity in remuneration of actors and actresses needs to be looked into.

Sharmila Tagore on pay of actors,   Sharmila on remuneration of actors,   Bollywood actress Sharmila Tagore,   Sharmila at Kolkata International Film Festival,   KIFF 2015,   Latest Entertainment News ,  
One-day stir at RBI hits key banking services

One-day stir at RBI hits key banking services

19 Nov 2015

Mumbai: Major banking transactions took a hit today as over 17,000 employees of RBI went on 'one-day mass casual leave' protesting against reform measures of the central government and seeking better retirement benefits.

RBI strike,   RBI staff on strike,   RBI strike hits banking services,   Latest Business News,  
 Children's Day special: Ten Bollywood child <strong>actors</strong> then and now

Children's Day special: Ten Bollywood child actors then and now

14 Nov 2015

New Delhi: Many of our current stars made their debut as child actors on small screen. Be it Sana Saeed, who had essayed Kajol's childhood role in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai or Hansika Motwani, who made her debut in Hrithik Roshan's Koi Mil Gaya, they have left cine lovers surprised with their extraordinary performance as child actors.On the occasion of Children's Day, we look at our Bollywood stars' little avatars who started their career as child artists before playing lead roles on the silver screen.

Children Day Special,   Bollywood child actors,   Bollywood child actors pictures,   Bollywood actors childhood pictures,   Children Day,   latest entertainment news ,  

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