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I&B Ministry for more 'Talkathon' sessions in coming days

I&B Ministry for more 'Talkathon' sessions in coming days

17 Feb 2015

New Delhi: After hosting first-ever 'Talkathon' featuring a Union Minister on Monday, the Information and Broadcasting ministry is planning to host more such events in coming days.

Talkathon,   Union Minister,   Information and Broadcasting,   Modi government,   IFFI 2014,   International Film Festival ,  
Capital to host children <strong>film</strong> <strong>fest</strong> on 14 November

Capital to host children film fest on 14 November

05 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The capital will host a National Children Film Festival (NCFF) from November 14-16, coinciding with Children's Day. Seemaa Desai's 'Pappu Ki Pugdundi' will open the extravaganza, the theme for which is 'Swachhta'.

National Children Film Festival,   NCFF,   Children's Day,   Pappu Ki Pugdundi,   Shiamak Davar,   Narendra Modi,  
'Tamasha' a challenging <strong>film</strong>, says Imtiaz Ali

'Tamasha' a challenging film, says Imtiaz Ali

07 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Director Imtiaz Ali says his upcoming Ranbir Kapoor-starrer romantic drama 'Tamasha' is a demanding film in terms of performances and story-telling.

Imtiaz Ali,   Tamasha,   Ranbir Kapoor,   Highway,   Rockstar ,  
Brain knows what is virtual or real: Study

Brain knows what is virtual or real: Study

26 Nov 2014

Washington: Neurons in the brain react differently to virtual reality than they do in real-life environment, shows a study.The finding can be significant for people who use virtual reality for gaming, military, commercial, scientific or other purposes.

Neurons,   brain,   virtual reality,   real-life,   Mayank Mehta,   University of California,   Los Angeles (UCLA),   hippocampus,   Alzheimer,   stroke,   depression,   schizophrenia,   epilepsy,   post-traumatic stress disorder,   Nature Neuroscience,   ,  
Every <strong>film</strong> is like my child, says Varun Dhawan

Every film is like my child, says Varun Dhawan

10 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Actor Varun Dhawan, who is gearing up for the release of his dark and intense drama "Badlapur", says he is very passionate about his films and  treats every project like his "child".

Varun Dhawan,   Bollywood actor,   Badlapur movie,   Nawazuddin Siddiqui,  
Censor Board wants to ban use of 'Bombay' in <strong>film</strong> titles, dialogues and lyrics?

Censor Board wants to ban use of 'Bombay' in film titles, dialogues and lyrics?

10 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The Censor Board's recent decision to beep out 'Bombay' from singer Mihir Joshi's new track, 'Sorry', was just the tip of the iceberg.

Censor Board,   Bombay,   Mihir Joshi,   Sorry track,   Bombay Central,   ,  
Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

Release of 'Tigers' delayed in India?

12 Feb 2015

Mumbai: If the grapevine is to be believed, Emraan Hashmi will have to wait longer for the India release of his maiden international project 'Tigers'. Helmed by Oscar-winning director Danis Tanovic, the Indo-French-British film is slated to hit the theaters here next month.

Emraan Hashmi,   Tigers,   Danis Tanovic,   Indo-French-British film,   Oscar,  
India's '175 Grams' wins at Sundance <strong>Film</strong> Festival

India's '175 Grams' wins at Sundance Film Festival

05 Feb 2015

Washington: Indian film '175 Grams', directed by Bharat Mirle and Aravind Iyer, is one of the five winners of the Short Film Challenge program at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival at Utah.

175 Grams,  Sundance Film Festival,   Short Film Challenge,   Bharat Mirle,  
'Piku' a slice-of-life <strong>film</strong>, says Amitabh Bachchan

'Piku' a slice-of-life film, says Amitabh Bachchan

06 Feb 2015

New Delhi: After 'Shamitabh', which hit cinema screens on Friday, Amitabh Bachchan will start promoting his other two releases - 'Piku' and 'Wazir'.

Piku,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Shamitabh,   Amitabh Bachchan upcoming movies,   director R Balki ,  
Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and failure at JLF

Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and failure at JLF

24 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Success depends on one's ability to face challenges without the fear of failure, said former President A P J Abdul at the Jaipur Literature Festival here on Saturday.

Former President of India,   Abdul Kalam,   Jaipur Literature Fest,   JLF,  

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