29 Oct 2013
New Delhi: Noted Hindi author Rajendra Yadav, a pioneer of the literary movement 'Nayi Kahani', died here on Monday night.
31 Mar 2014
Mumbai: Sonakshi Sinha has a soft corner for children of an NGO that she supports and the actress plans to treat them with a special screening of the Hindi version of Hollywood film ‘Rio 2’, for which she has lent her voice.
28 Oct 2014
New Delhi: Delhi boy Rohan Gandotra has been chosen to play the male lead in Ashotush Gowariker's TV debut show 'Everest'. Rohan will play Aakash Joshi, a dare-devil journalist, on the show and will be seen making a documentary on the highest mountain range.
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.'
25 Oct 2014
Chennai: Amidst growing voices accusing the union government of trying to "impose" Hindi through the state-run radio service, All India Radio on Saturday said it was "committed to conserve, enrich and promote regional languages."
21 Mar 2014
Mumbai: Actor Vivek Oberoi will be the voice of the main villain Max Dillon aka Electro in the Hindi version of 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2'.
25 Jul 2012
Pakistan said on Wednesday it is to sue a British newspaper that claimed to have uncovered a visa scam that could have allowed potential terrorists into the Olympic Village.
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".
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.
12 Nov 2015
New Delhi: In a recent summit in Bali on tuberculosis, new data reveals that one in four people infected with the infectious disease, might also be suffering from diabetes. The data presented by the Indian initiative Jagran Pehel at the TB and Diabetes Summit in Bali shows that after bi-directional screening of more than 50,000 people for TB and diabetes in 10 districts from the states of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh found that one in four people infected with TB also tested positive for diabetes.