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Sentencing of David Headley, Rana rescheduled by US court

Sentencing of David Headley, Rana rescheduled by US court

03 Jan 2013

A US court on Wednesday rescheduled the sentencing of Pakistani American LeT terrorist David Headley, accused of involvement in 26/11 Mumbai attacks, from January 17 to January 24, while that of his accomplice Tahawwur Rana has been rescheduled for a second time to January 17.

David Headley,   Tahawwur Rana,   Mumbai terror convict,   Denmark Newspaper,   US Court,   sentencing of David Headley ,  
Tyagi <strong>Jagran</strong> Manch bans mrityu-bhoj in Deoband Mandal

Tyagi Jagran Manch bans mrityu-bhoj in Deoband Mandal

24 Sep 2012

In order to eradicate the social evils like dowry system and ‘mrityu-bhoj’ from the society, Sakhan Khurd village Panchayat of Deoband Mandal in Uttar Pradesh has banned such traditions.

Mrityu-bhoj banned in Deoband Mandal,   social evils,   social evils in Uttar Pradesh,  
Dhanush signed for <strong>Hindi</strong> film 'Raanjhnaa'

Dhanush signed for Hindi film 'Raanjhnaa'

24 Jan 2012

Southern actor Dhanush, who became an overnight success across the nation thanks to the song "Kolaveri di", has signed his first Bollywood project "Raanjhnaa".

Dhanush is all set for Bollywood,   Dhanush in Bollywood films,   News on Dhanush,   Kolavari Di fame Dhanush ,  
Sunny Leone working hard on <strong>Hindi</strong>: Randeep Hooda

Sunny Leone working hard on Hindi: Randeep Hooda

12 Jun 2012

She has been making news ever since her arrival in India. We are talking about Sunny Leone whose bare-dare act in Sri Lanka is making waves.

Randeep Hooda,   Jism 2,   Sunny Leone,   Sunny Leone learns HIndi,  
'Go Goa Gone' gets clearance in Goa, banned in Kuwait

'Go Goa Gone' gets clearance in Goa, banned in Kuwait

11 May 2013

Director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna's D.K.'s 'Go Goa Gone' has got a clearance certificate from the Goa government, but the movie hasn't got a green signal in Kuwait and Nepal.

Go Goa Gone,   Go Goa Gone ban in Kuwait,   Hindi movies in abroad,   Go Goa Gone review,  
Sanjay Dutt is back as <strong>Hindi</strong> remake of Zanjeer’s Sher Khan

Sanjay Dutt is back as Hindi remake of Zanjeer’s Sher Khan

25 Oct 2012

After much ado, Sanjay Dutt is back in Apoorva Lakhia’s Hindi remake of Zanjeer. Dutt will be playing the iconic character of Sher Khan, which was originally essayed by Pran. Earlier, the actor had opted out of the film and was replaced by Arjun Rampal.

Sanjay Dutt,   Zanjeer,   Sanjay Dutt in new Zanjeer,   Sanjay Dutt’s new film,  
Prithviraj plans <strong>Hindi</strong> remake of "Ayalum Njanum Thammil" with Big B

Prithviraj plans Hindi remake of "Ayalum Njanum Thammil" with Big B

20 Oct 2012

Actor Prithviraj, who is just one-film old in Bollywood, is extremely happy with the response to his recent Malayalam film "Ayalum Njanum Thammil". He says he now plans to remake it in Hindi with megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

Prithviraj,   Ayalum Njanum Thammil remake,   Amitabh Bachchan,  
Satish Kaushik wants Salman for 'Pithamagan' <strong>Hindi</strong> remake

Satish Kaushik wants Salman for 'Pithamagan' Hindi remake

16 May 2012

Actor-director Satish Kaushik has bought the rights of Tamil film "Pithamagan" and plans to rope in Salman Khan, who worked in his 2003 hit movie "Tere Naam", for the project.

Pithamagan Hindi remake,   Salman in Pithamagan remake,   Salman Khan,  
DU scraps entrance test for admission in Journalism and English

DU scraps entrance test for admission in Journalism and English

28 Jun 2013

As per the new four year under graduate programme in Delhi University (DU), students seeking admission into BA (Hons) in Journalism and English courses would not require to appear for an entrance test.

DU admissions,   Delhi University,   combined Journalism entrance test,   Hindi Journalism (Hons),   Kamala Nehru,   Lady Sri Ram,   Maharaja Agrasen,  
Language is key for success of a mission

Language is key for success of a mission

16 Sep 2012

Father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, viewed language as a major tool to galvanize the people. A language which enables a leader to communicate with masses is very essential for the success of any movement.

Mahatma Gandhi,   Hindi Language,   UN Khaware blog,   power of language,   national language of India,   hindi diwas,  

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