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<strong>Jagran</strong> Forum: <strong>Jagran</strong> Rath arrives in Lucknow

Jagran Forum: Jagran Rath arrives in Lucknow

06 Oct 2012

With an aim to bring transformation in Uttar Pradesh, the ‘Jagran Rath’ arrived in Lucknow on Thursday. At several places, locals shared their views and thoughts with Jagran over the development of the state.

Jagran Forum,   Jagran Rath,   Jagran Rath in Lucknow,   development of Uttar Pradesh ,  
Lines between <strong>Hindi</strong> and southern cinema merging, says Adah Sharma

Lines between Hindi and southern cinema merging, says Adah Sharma

12 Mar 2014

Mumbai: Adah Sharma, who was last seen in Karan Johar’s 'Hasee Toh Phasee’, says that the lines between Hindi and southern film industry are blurring. The actress who made her Bollywood debut with Vikram Bhatt-directed "1920" has recently signed Telugu romantic-drama "Heart Attack".

Adah Sharma,   Adah Sharma movies,   Karan Johar,   Heart Attack,   Hasee Toh Phasee,  
UP rural weekly to connect villagers, government

UP rural weekly to connect villagers, government

03 Dec 2012

Gaon Connection, a rural all-colour weekly newspaper in Hindi, was launched on Sunday in an attempt to bridge the gap between villagers and the government.

UP rural weekly,   rural newspaper launched,   UP rural weekly newspaper,  
‘Bollywood and Beyond’ to showcase off-beat <strong>Hindi</strong> films

‘Bollywood and Beyond’ to showcase off-beat Hindi films

18 Oct 2013

Melbourne: Hindi film lovers will now get a chance to watch off-beat Bollywood movies under the new initiative of the Melbourne based film distribution company, Mind Blowing Films, called 'Bollywood and Beyond.'

Bollywood and Beyond,   Mind Blowing Films,   Bollywood Film festival,   Ship of Theseus,   Indian parallel cinema,  
Kirron wants film aspirants from NE to learn <strong>Hindi</strong>

Kirron wants film aspirants from NE to learn Hindi

06 Mar 2014

Shillong: Noted actor Kirron Kher on Wednesday criticized racial discrimination against people from the northeastern region and advised them to learn to communicate in Hindi if they want to be successful in mainstream cinemas.

Kirron Kher,   film aspirants from North-East,   Learn Hindi,   Indian Panorama film festival ,   racial discrimination,   mainstream cinemas,   ,  
Irish <strong>newspaper</strong> suspends editor over Kate photos

Irish newspaper suspends editor over Kate photos

18 Sep 2012

The owner of the Irish Daily Star says the newspaper's editor has been suspended following his decision to publish topless photographs of Prince William's wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.

Irish newspaper,   kate middleton,   paparazzi snaps of Kate,   Prince William ,  
LS polls: Congress wooing <strong>Hindi</strong>-speaking people in Maharashtra

LS polls: Congress wooing Hindi-speaking people in Maharashtra

19 Feb 2014

Mumbai: With Lok Sabha polls just a few months away, the Congress is pinning hopes on nearly 40 lakh Hindi-speaking population based in Mumbai and Thane. Taking this very objective into consideration, the party is trying to woo the Hindi-speaking people from small-time cultural functions to stable to Litti Chokha-eating joints.

LS polls,   Lok Sabha polls,   Lok Sabha elections,   Maharashtra,   LS polls 2014,   Hindi-speaking people,   Hindi-speaking people in Maharashtra ,  
Weather takes a toll on Big B's health

Weather takes a toll on Big B's health

05 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The weather seems to have taken a toll on the health of megastar Amitabh Bachchan. On Tuesday, Big B shot for ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ (KBC) and finished his shoot for the day, but during the night, he didn't feel too well.

Amitabh Bachchan,   Big B,   Indian Superstar,   Hindi film veterans,   Bollywood star,  
SC approves Urdu as second official language of Uttar Pradesh

SC approves Urdu as second official language of Uttar Pradesh

04 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday put its stamp of approval over decision to declare Urdu as second official language in Uttar Pradesh, saying language laws of the country are not rigid but accommodative to secure the object of linguistic secularism.

Supreme Court,   Urdu,   Urdu language,   second official language,   Uttar Pradesh,   Hindi,   constitution ,  
Malayalam director P Ramdas passes away

Malayalam director P Ramdas passes away

28 Mar 2014

Kottayam (Kerala): Veteran Malayalam director P Ramdas passed away at a hospital here. He was 83. He died following age-related ailments on Thursday.

P Ramdas,   Malayalam director,   P Ramdas passes away,   Malayalam cinema,   Newspaper Boy,  

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