20 Oct 2014
Kolkata: Mohammedan Sporting, one of India's oldest clubs with a rich legacy, on Monday decided to leave the national football scene for this season due to severe financial crisis.
21 Oct 2014
Chennai: Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who is making her Tamil debut opposite superstar Rajinikanth in upcoming Tamil actioner "Lingaa", says she thoroughly enjoyed working in the film and also learnt from the experience.
15 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Shiv Sena's Hindi mouthpiece 'Dopahar Ka Saamna', poured vitriol on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, accusing that he and his party had forgotten Sena's contribution to their landslide victory in the Lok Sabha elections.
19 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Actor Rahul Khanna, who has been away from the big screen for the last five years, says he does not maintain a low-profile consciously but takes up projects only if he connects with them.
11 Oct 2014
Chennai: Hrithik Roshan-starrer 'Bang Bang', which has raked in over Rs 4 crore within the first week of its release in Kerala, has become the most successful Hindi film in the state.
06 Oct 2014
Mumbai: To promote use of Hindi and reach out to investors conversant in this language, capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has enhanced focus on its use and will soon empanel professionals for translation of its various documents into this language.
11 Oct 2014
Jind/Sirsa (Haryana): Sharpening his attack on dynastic politics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday asked the people to shun the "families" that have monopolised power in Haryana by forging "behind-the-scene alliances" for past 25 years and were propagating "goondashahi".
07 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon, who shares screen space with Akshay Kumar in upcoming film 'The Shaukeens', says in her initial years in Bollywood she used to watch the 'Khiladi' star's films to learn Hindi.
08 Aug 2014
New Delhi: After a welcome response to his Marathi production ‘Poshter Boyz’, Shreyas Talpade has announced plans to make the movie in Hindi to reach out to a pan-Indian audience.
19 Sep 2014
New Delhi/Chennai: Under attack from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and political parties in the state, the UGC decided to withdraw its controversial circular directing universities to teach Hindi as one of the primary languages in undergraduate courses.