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Pakistan stops issuing NOCs for screening of Indian <strong>movies</strong>

Pakistan stops issuing NOCs for screening of Indian movies

17 Feb 2014

Karachi: The authorities in Pakistan have stopped issuing ‘No-Objection Certificates’ for the screening of Indian films, holding up the release of new movies like ‘Gunday’ and ‘Hasee Toh Phasee’.

Hasee Toh Phasee in Pakistan,   Gunday in Pakistan,   Ban on Indian films in Pakistan,   Bollywood films in Pakistan,   No NOC for Indian films in Pakistan,  
Akshaye Khanna to work in Bombay Samurai

Akshaye Khanna to work in Bombay Samurai

30 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Akshaye Khanna, who is making a comeback in Bollywood with Dev Benegal’s film, Bombay Samurai, has apparently asked its makers to make changes in the script.

Akshaye Khanna,   Dil Chahta Hai,   Ritiesh Sidhwani,   Bombay Samurai,   Akshaye Khanna movies,  
Akshay, Shah Rukh’s <strong>movies</strong> to face blackout in Pakistan

Akshay, Shah Rukh’s movies to face blackout in Pakistan

24 Apr 2013

Just when Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar were all set to clash at the box office with their movies this Eid, Pakistan distributors threw a stunner abandoning their films.

Shahrukh khan,   akshay kumar,   bollywood,   upcoming film,   chennai express,   once upon a time in mumbai 2,   latest films,  
‘Kick’ to strike gold in Pakistan box-office

‘Kick’ to strike gold in Pakistan box-office

29 Jul 2014

Karachi: Salman Khan's Eid release 'Kick' is expected to shatter all the records for the box-office collections on the first week in Pakistan. The movie, which has already drawn big crowds in some preview screenings, being run in the multiplexes in Karachi.

Kick,   Bollywood movie,   Salman Khan,   Salman Khan movies,   Pakistan,   Pakistan box-0ffice ,  
President asks Indian Information Service officers to stay updated with <strong>latest</strong> technology

President asks Indian Information Service officers to stay updated with latest technology

12 Apr 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday advised the Indian Information Service (IIS) officers to keep themselves updated with the latest technology in order to ‘critically appraise information’ before it reaches the policy makers.

President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   IIS,   Indian Information Officers,   latest technology,  
International medical fair opens in Mumbai Friday

International medical fair opens in Mumbai Friday

12 Mar 2014

New Delhi: An international trade fair highlighting the growth potential of India's 100 USD billion healthcare sector will begin in Mumbai from Friday.

international trade fair,   healthcare sector,   20th Medical Fair,   X-rays,   CTs,   MRIs ,  
Ultrasound lowers radiation exposure compared to X-<strong>rays</strong>: Report

Ultrasound lowers radiation exposure compared to X-rays: Report

29 Oct 2013

Washington: Ultrasound testing may be a better alternative to X-rays or CT scans in the ICU, as it reduces patient radiation exposure and lowers cost of care, a new study claims.

X-rays,   Ultrasound,   radiation exposure,   Ultrasound,   CT scan,  
Got idea of Dare 2 Dance from son’s school, says Akshay Kumar

Got idea of Dare 2 Dance from son’s school, says Akshay Kumar

26 Jul 2014

Gurgaon: Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar, who is returning to TV with an unique talent hunt 'Dare 2 Dance' (D2D) says that he borrowed the concept of the reality show from his recent visit to his son's school on sports day.

Dare 2 Dance,   Akshya Kumar,   Bollywood,   Bollywood superstar,   reality show,   Akshay Kumar movies ,  
Indian films have long way to go: British scholar

Indian films have long way to go: British scholar

26 Feb 2014

Kolkata: Indian cinema is a "long way" away from conquering mainstream markets and British film-goers are "unlikely" to accept Bollywood as an alternative to Hollywood, British film scholar Geoffrey Nowell Smith said.

Indian cinema,   Indian cinema in Britain,   Bollywood,   Hollywood,   liking of Bollywood in countries abroad,   Satyajit ray ,  
Dipika Pallikal drops to 12th spot in <strong>latest</strong> World Squash Rankings

Dipika Pallikal drops to 12th spot in latest World Squash Rankings

02 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Indian squash player Dipika Pallikal has dropped a rung to be 12th in the latest world rankings for women in which Malaysian squash legend Nicol David has retained the top spot.

Dipika Pallikal,   Dipika squash,   Pallikal squash,   India squash players,   World squash,   Squash rankings,   India squash,   Dinesh Karthik,  

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