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 Hansal Mehta's 'Citylights' to be screened at NYIFF

Hansal Mehta's 'Citylights' to be screened at NYIFF

01 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Hansal Mehta's film 'Citylights', which narrates a heart-wrenching tale of a couple who migrates to Mumbai to fulfill their dreams, will be screened at the upcoming edition of New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF).

Hansal Mehta,   Citylights,   NYIFF,   New York Indian Film Festival,   Mumbai,  Mahesh Bhatt,   Rajkummar Rao ,  
Sania-Hingis enter Miami Open doubles semis

Sania-Hingis enter Miami Open doubles semis

01 Apr 2015

Miami: Fresh from their maiden win in the Paribas Open title last month, Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis have entered the women's doubles semi-fnals of the Miami Open here.

Paribas Open,   Indian tennis player,   Sania Mirza,   Martina Hingis,   Miami Open,  
349 evacuated Indians reach Djibouti from Yemen

349 evacuated Indians reach Djibouti from Yemen

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: 349 Indians on Wednesday reached Djibouti after being evacuated on a Navy vessel from strife-torn Yemen's Aden city late Wednesday night and will fly to Mumbai soon.

Yemen,   Indian Naval ship,   Indians in Yemen,   Indians stranded in Yemen,   V K Singh,   Djibouti,   Indian Navy vessel,   INS Sumitra,   Operation Raahat,  
April Fool's Day special: Top ten internet hoaxes of India

April Fool's Day special: Top ten internet hoaxes of India

01 Apr 2015

Whenever you see any unusual or interesting picture or post on Facebook, Twitter or any other social networking site, you tend to share it by default in an instant. But, you have been befooled several times.

April Fool's Day,   1st April,   top internet hoaxes,   Indian viral fake posts,   fake Facebook posts,   fake Whatsapp messages,   fake Indian photos,  
Petrol prices cut by 49 paise, diesel by Rs 1.21 per litre

Petrol prices cut by 49 paise, diesel by Rs 1.21 per litre

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: After two consecutive hikes, petrol prices were on Wednesday cut by 49 paise per litre and diesel by Rs 1.21 a litre on softening international oil rates. The reduction in rates will be effective from midnight tonight.

Petrol prices,   Diesel Price,   Petrol,   diesel,   ,   Indian oil corp,   ,  
Injured KKR <strong>players</strong>' Neesham, Lynn ruled out IPL

Injured KKR players' Neesham, Lynn ruled out IPL

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Defending champions Kolkata Knight Riders will not have the services of New Zealand all-rounder Jimmy Neesham and Australian cricketer Chris Lynn for this IPL season.

Kolkata Knight Riders,   Jimmy Neesham,   Chris Lynn,   IPL 8,   KKR players,  
<strong>Indian</strong> ship in periphery of Yemen waters, awaits clearance

Indian ship in periphery of Yemen waters, awaits clearance

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: An Indian Navy vessel, dispatched to evacuate Indians from Yemen, has reached the periphery of the strife-torn country's territorial waters but is awaiting local clearance for moving in as do two Air India planes.

Indian ship,   INS Sumitra,   Yemen,   Clearance,   Indian Navy vessel,   Operation Raahat,   Defence Sanaa,  
India evacuates around 350 Indians stranded in war-torn Yemen

India evacuates around 350 Indians stranded in war-torn Yemen

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Around 350 stranded Indians were evacuated from strife-torn Yemen's Aden city on an Indian Naval ship that will now take them to Djibouti, a country neighbouring Yemen and across the Red Sea.

Yemen,   Indian Naval ship,   Indians in Yemen,   Indians stranded in Yemen,   V K Singh,  
2014 Jammu and Kashmir floods: 44,000 crore relief proposal submitted for Centre's nod

2014 Jammu and Kashmir floods: 44,000 crore relief proposal submitted for Centre's nod

01 Apr 2015

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir government has said a Rs 43,959.56 crore relief and rehabilitation package for the last year's flood-hit people has been submitted to the Centre for its approval.

J&K floods,   Jammu floods 2014,   flood relief fund,   Indian government,   Basharat Bukhari,   Prime Minister Relief Fund,  
India need a bigger pool of fast bowlers: Prasanna

India need a bigger pool of fast bowlers: Prasanna

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Indian bowling was a pleasant surprise in the recent cricket World Cup but a bigger pool of genuine fast bowlers and spinners needs to be created for the team to be a consistent force in the future, feels the legendary E Prasanna.

Indian bowling,   Cricket World Cup,   2015 world cup,   Indian fast bowlers,   Indian spinners,   E Prasanna,  

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