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'Badlapur' a step towards commercial <strong>Hindi</strong> films, says Radhika Apte

'Badlapur' a step towards commercial Hindi films, says Radhika Apte

02 Feb 2015

New Delhi: 'Shor in the City' actress Radhika Apte, who is known for her roles in art house films, is looking forward to Varun Dhawan-starrer 'Badlapur' as she feels it will be an image-breaker for her.

Badlapur,   Radhika Apte,   Varun Dhawan,   Lai Bhaari,  
I salute <strong>Hindi</strong> film industry, says Manisha Koirala

I salute Hindi film industry, says Manisha Koirala

02 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Actress Manisha Koirala says though Bollywood is often projected as a harsh industry, she salutes its artistes for having great respect and affection towards each other.

Manisha Koirala,   Bollywood,   Hindi film industry,   60th Filmfare Awards,  
<strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> maintains top slot 20th time with 5.5 crore readers

Dainik Jagran maintains top slot 20th time with 5.5 crore readers

23 Dec 2011

Dainik Jagran has once again swaggered past its contenders emerging numero uno riding the wave of 5.5 crore readers. Achieving this feat 20th time, it has left behind its rivals bagging 2 crore more readers.

Dainik Jagran,   Dainik Jagran world’s largest read daily,   Dainik Jagran hindi newspaper,   Indian Readership Survey,   Dainik Jagran tops Indian Readership Survey,   Indian media house,   No 1 Hindi news daily Dainik Jagran,   ,  
My <strong>Hindi</strong> improved after working with Salman Khan, says  Jacqueline

My Hindi improved after working with Salman Khan, says Jacqueline

23 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Sri Lankan origin actress Jacqueline Fernandez, who dubbed her own dialogues in Hindi in 'Kick' opposite Salman Khan, says that her command over the language improved a lot after working with the Bollywood superstar.

Hindi,   Salman Khan,   Jacqueline Fernandez,   Kick,   Salman Khan,  
<strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> retains top position for 25th consecutive time

Dainik Jagran retains top position for 25th consecutive time

29 Mar 2013

Our favourite Hindi daily Dainik Jagran with 5.65 crore readers has added another feather in its cap by retaining the top position for 25th consecutive time. For the first time in history of Indian media, any newspaper has achieved this feat.

Dainik Jagran,   Hindi daily Dainik Jagran,   Dainik Jagran readers,   Dainik Jagran readership,   Dainik Jagran newspaper,  
 Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs not easy: Javed Akhtar

Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs not easy: Javed Akhtar

27 Jan 2015

Kolkata: Having penned more than 1500 songs, lyricist Javed Akhtar has said that it was not easy for him to translate Tagore songs in Hindi.

Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs,   lyricist Javed Akhtar,   Tagore songs in Hindi,   Kolkata Literary Meet,   Gitanjali,  
Bollywood gives fair chance to outsiders: Ayushmann

Bollywood gives fair chance to outsiders: Ayushmann

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who debuted in the industry with 'Vicky Donor', says the film industry offers outsiders like him a fair chance to prove their mettle.

Ayushmann Khurrana,   Bollywood hero,   Hindi film industry,   RJ turned hero Ayushmann,   Ayushmann singer,   Vicky donort,   Hawaizadda,  
Google launches <strong>Hindi</strong> advertising service

Google launches Hindi advertising service

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Online search giant Google has launched Hindi ads on its display network to allow advertisers reach out to 500 million Hindi speakers across the world.

Google,   Google India,   Google Hindi,   Hindi ads,   Advertisers,   Hindi speakers,  
Excessive allegations weaken democracy: PM Modi

Excessive allegations weaken democracy: PM Modi

03 Jan 2015

Kolhapur: Excessive allegations by the media can weaken democracy, particularly when allegations replace proper criticism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Saturday.

Excessive allegations,   weaken democracy,   PM Modi,   Marathi newspaper Pudhari ,  
<strong>Jagran</strong> Prakashan to acquire Radio City

Jagran Prakashan to acquire Radio City

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Foraying into radio business, leading media group Jagran Prakashan Limited (JPL) on Tuesday announced acquisition of Music Broadcast Pvt Ltd, which operates the popular Radio City FM stations.

Radio business,   Media group,   Jagran Prakashan,   JPL,   Music Broadcast Pvt Ltd,   Radio City,   FM stations,   Midday,   Naiduniya,   I-Next,   City Plus,   Punjabi Jagran,  

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