23 Jul 2014
Jammu: Police Chief of Jammu Zone, Rajesh Kumar has reviewed the security arrangements concerning the Machail yatra in Kishtwar hills of Jammu and Kashmir.
19 Jul 2014
Mumbai: The Aurangabad Municipal Corporation has sealed 61 mobile towers in the city for non-payment of property tax. The civic body is planning to seal more towers in the following days.
18 Jul 2014
New Delhi: HDFC Property Fund, a part of financial sector conglomerate HDFC group, on Friday announced the closure of USD 250 million international funds focused on investing in Indian real estate.
22 Feb 2013
The murky saga over late superstar Rajesh Khanna’s property dragged on Thursday, with the Bandra Magistrate’s court asking to see the will so that its authenticity could be ascertained.
07 Apr 2014
Mumbai: Filmmaker Ravi Chopra’s son Abhay Chopra, is planning to remake the suspense thriller of 1969, Ittefaq. The young filmmaker has on board two writers who are currently working on the movie’s script.
29 Jul 2012
Bollywood’s first superstar Rajesh Khanna has left nothing from his property nearly worth Rs 1,000 crore for his estranged wife Dimple Kapadia after his demise.
20 Jul 2012
A day before India's beloved superstar Rajesh Khanna breathed his last, his ladylove Anita Advani sent a legal notice to his family members, to prevent her eviction from the deceased actor's palatial Carter Road residence.
25 Jun 2014
Chennai: Cooperation from government is necessary in making housing segment viable for buyers in the wake of soaring land prices, says a leading city based real estate developer.
07 Jul 2014
Amethi (UP): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has expelled Samajwadi Party leader Rajesh Masala for his anti-party activities. Masala, who was party's nominee from Amethi in 2007 Assembly polls, was expelled from the party for six years on Saturday. Yadav, who is also the state party chief, ordered the expulsion.
05 Apr 2014
New Delhi: Sensing losing sheen in the Bollywood, many film stars try their luck in the hurly-burly of politics, while some political parties rope them in to encash on their popularity during the polls.