21 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Prem Shukla, former executive editor of Shiv Sena's Hindi language mouthpiece 'Dopahar ka Saamna', yesterday formally joined the BJP, days after he quit the tabloid apparently over differences with Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray.
18 Nov 2012
Shiv Sena Supremo Bal Thackeray's funeral at the historic Shivaji Park ground here was the first at a public space in Mumbai since independence.
17 Nov 2012
The mortal remains of Bal Thackeray, a Hindutva mascot and flagbearer of Marathi pride, were consigned to flames as lakhs of mourners joined the Shiv Sena founder's grieving family to bid him a tearful farewell, with the city observing a virtual shutdown.
21 Nov 2013
Thane: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy will be presented Brahm Gaurav award here on November 24 by Brahm Foundation.
04 Dec 2012
A day after getting all powers to manage Shiv Sena, its executive president Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday donned a new mantle that of the editor of party mouthpieces Saamana and Dopahar Ka Saamana.
01 Apr 2016
Mumbai: By picking the subject of gender role reversal for his film, R Balki walks on a tightrope, and even though the execution gets wobbly once in a while, he, thankfully, regains the balance every time.
22 Nov 2011
Buzz is that Rahul Mahajan and Monica Bedi are not too gung-ho about agreeing to feature in the next season of TV reality show Sach Ka Saamna. Both are infamous for their controversial images in public.
29 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Major Dhyanchand is one of India's biggest sporting icons and widely regarded to be a pioneer of our national game, Hockey. His stature can be measured by the fact that the country celebrates his birthday as ‘National Sports Day’ every year.
12 Jan 2016
New Delhi: It's good time to have a cup of tea to warm yourself in the winter. It is the perfect beverage to indulge in at any point of time. Tea is served in every nook and corner including many cafes and restaurants across Delhi. Here, we bring some of the places to find them.
03 Sep 2012
Shiv Sena Chief Bal Thackeray on Monday joined Raj Thackery’s anti-Bihari chorus. Lashing out at Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh for associating Thackery clan with Bihar, the octogenarian leader called Digvijay a ‘Muft ka Nartak’ (unpaid dancer).