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US, India cinematic bond at <strong>Jagran</strong> Film Festival

US, India cinematic bond at Jagran Film Festival

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Along with gems of Indian media and entertainment industry, the sixth edition of Jagran Film Festival promises to unfold American cinematic culture with US as the official partner country at the film extravaganza.

Jagran Film Festival,   entertainment industry,   Indian media,   American cinematic culture,   Indo US cinematic bond,   latest entertainment news ,  
Could not turn down Ganguly's offer: Ojha

Could not turn down Ganguly's offer: Ojha

02 Jul 2015

Kolkata: Left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha was approached by Sourav Ganguly to turn out for Bengal for the upcoming domestic season, an offer that was so exciting that the India discard had to seek an emotional move from Hyderabad.

Pragyan Ojha,   Sourav Ganguly,   Bengal cricket team,   Latest News,  
Sushil opts out of World Championships with shoulder injury

Sushil opts out of World Championships with shoulder injury

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Two-time Olympic-medallist Sushil Kumar has opted out of the World Championships after sustaining a shoulder injury, thereby taking the sheen out of the upcoming selection trials, slated for July 6-7 here.

Sushil Kumar,   World Wrestling Championships,   Rio Olympic Games,   Latest News,  
Global economy recovering, nowhere near depression: Rajan

Global economy recovering, nowhere near depression: Rajan

02 Jul 2015

Chennai: Global economy is in a recovery mode which is still weak, but the overall situation is 'not anywhere' like the depression of 1930s, Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan said today.

Global economy recovering,   Economy Depression,   Raghuram Rajan,   RBI,   Reserve Bank Governor,   Latest Business News,  
Sania-Martina reach second round of Wimbledon

Sania-Martina reach second round of Wimbledon

02 Jul 2015

London: India's Sania Mirza and her partner Martina Hingis advanced to the second round of the Wimbledon Championship with a straight-set victory over Zarina Diyas of Kazakhstan and Saisai Zheng of China here today.

Sania Mirza,   Martina Hingis,   Wimbledon Championship,   Zarina Diyas,   Saisai Zheng,   Latest News,  
Centre regrets Air India flight delays due to Ministers

Centre regrets Air India flight delays due to Ministers

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Reacting to at least two recent events when a Central Minister and a state official were the cause of flight delays and inconvenience to air passengers and a report sought by the Prime Minister's Office, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapati Raju on Thursday regretted such episodes and assured that they will not recur.

Air India,   Air India flight,   Flight delays,   Central Minister,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Ashok Gajapati Raju,   PMO,   Latest Nation News,  
Foreign players facing visa problems for Pro-Kabaddi League

Foreign players facing visa problems for Pro-Kabaddi League

02 Jul 2015

Bengaluru: City franchise, Bengaluru Bulls owner Uday Sinh Wala today said that foreign players are facing problems in acquiring visa for their participation in the Pro-Kabaddi League (PKL).

Bengaluru Bulls,   Uday Sinh Wala,   Pro Kabaddi League,   PKL,   Latest News,  
Wimbledon 2015: Facts about number one seed Serena Williams

Wimbledon 2015: Facts about number one seed Serena Williams

02 Jul 2015

Serena Jameka Williams was born on September 26, 1981, in Saginaw, Michigan. Serena began intensive tennis training when she was five years old. She has won over 30 Grand Slam titles and several Olympic gold medals. She won her first major championship in 1999 and completed the career Grand Slam in 2003.

Serena Williams,   Tennis Grand Slam titles,   Olympic gold medals in Tennis,   Career Grand Slam,   Latest News,  
NASA unveils first plane to fly on Mars

NASA unveils first plane to fly on Mars

02 Jul 2015

Washington: NASA has unveiled a boomerang-shaped aircraft that could be the first to take flight on Mars to look for potential landing sites for future manned mission to the red planet.

NASA,   Boomerang shaped aircraft,   Flight on Mars,   Future manned mission to Mars,   Red planet,   Latest Lifestyle News ,  
 Genetic diversity helps humans grow taller, smarter

Genetic diversity helps humans grow taller, smarter

02 Jul 2015

London: People who are born to parents from diverse genetic backgrounds tend to be taller and have sharper thinking skills than others, a major international study involving over 350,000 people has found.

Genetic diversity,   Humans grow taller,   Diverse genetic backgrounds,   Study on genetic diversity,   Latest Lifestyle News,  

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