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Gajendra Singh returns with 'Family Antakshari'

Gajendra Singh returns with 'Family Antakshari'

20 Sep 2014

Delhi: Television producer Gajendra Singh on Friday launched ‘Family Antakshari #Baithe Baithe Kya Kare’, a musical game show in New Delhi. Singh, the man behind ‘Antakshari’, has given a twist to the new version - this time the families will be invited to play the musical game.

Gajendra Singh,   Family Antakshari,   Hindi musical,   Annu Kapoor,   SAB TV ,  
UGC retracts on <strong>Hindi</strong> circular

UGC retracts on Hindi circular

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.

UGC,   Jayalalithaa,   Ved Prakash,   DMK,   MDMK,   Hindi circular ,  
Ajit Singh to leave official residence on 24 September

Ajit Singh to leave official residence on 24 September

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: RLD leader Ajit Singh said that he would surrender his government bungalow by Sep 24 and shift to a three-bedroom house in South Delhi.

New Delhi,   RLD leader,   Ajit Singh,   government bungalow,   three-bedroom house,   South Delhi,   Chaudhry Charan Singh,   memorial,  
University Grants Commission retracts on <strong>Hindi</strong> circular

University Grants Commission retracts on Hindi circular

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi/Chennai: Under attack from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa and political parties in the state, the University Grants Commission on Thursday decided to withdraw its controversial circular directing universities to teach Hindi as one of the primary languages in undergraduate courses.

University grants commission,   UGC,   Tamil Nadu,   Jayalalithaa,   Anna University,  
Toonz to adapt 5 stories written by children into films

Toonz to adapt 5 stories written by children into films

19 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: To mark its fifteenth anniversary in Thiruvananthapuram, Toonz Animation, will make five short animation films on the stories written by the winners of ‘Kahani Masters’. Toonz, which opened the Technopark campus in 1999 in Thiruvananthapuram, is partnering with Disney India for the short films.

Toonz,   Children stories,   Toon movies,   Children movies,   Disney India ,  
Jaya opposes Centre’s decision to make <strong>Hindi</strong> as primary language in Tamil Nadu universities

Jaya opposes Centre’s decision to make Hindi as primary language in Tamil Nadu universities

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa on Thursday said that Union Home Ministry circular seeking to make Hindi as primary language in universities in the southern state is not legal.

Tamil Nadu universities,   Tamil Nadu Chief Minister,   J Jayalalithaa,   Hindi as primary language,   Madras High Court ,  
Fawad, Sonam visit Wagah Border to promote 'Khoobsurat'

Fawad, Sonam visit Wagah Border to promote 'Khoobsurat'

19 Sep 2014

Attari: Fawad Khan and Sonam Kapoor attended the Beating Retreat ceremony to promote their film 'Khoobsurat'. The presence of the celebrities last evening here not only brought smiles to the faces of Indian soldiers but also to their Pakistani counterparts who were equally excited to have a glimpse of them.

Wagah Border,   Khoobsurat,   Fawad Khan,   Sonam Kapoor,   Sonam Kapoor movies,  
<strong>Hindi</strong>, regional languages must be encouraged: President

Hindi, regional languages must be encouraged: President

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said that the use of Hindi and regional languages must be encouraged.

President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   language,   Hindi,   regional languages,  
PM Modi to speak in <strong>Hindi</strong> in the UN General Assembly

PM Modi to speak in Hindi in the UN General Assembly

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver his speech in the United National General Assembly in New York in Hindi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Sunday.

Narendra Modi,   Atal Bihari Vajpayee,   United National General Assembly,   Rajnath Singh,  
Villains are better etched-out in <strong>movies</strong> now: Prem Chopra

Villains are better etched-out in movies now: Prem Chopra

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prem Chopra, best remembered for his villainous roles in Hindi cinema of the '60s and '70s, feels villains in Bollywood now-a-days are better written and are not just about having menacing laugh and feisty one-liners.

Prem Chopra,   Aaj Ka Arjun,   Do Raaste,   Bobby,   Agent Vinod,   Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai,  

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