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Hero-heroine pay scale <strong>debate</strong> should not become a war: Deepika

Hero-heroine pay scale debate should not become a war: Deepika

16 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone says the payment disparity between male and female stars in Bollywood is a concern but it should not become a cause for conflict.

Deepika Padukone,   Chennai Express,   Ram-Leela,   Finding Fanny,   Salman Khan,  
SEBI approves upto Rs 1,600 crore rights issue of Future Retail

SEBI approves upto Rs 1,600 crore rights issue of Future Retail

15 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Kishore Biyani-promoted Future Retail has received market regulator Sebi's approval to raise up to Rs 1,600 crore through rights issue.

SEBI,   Indian economy,   Axis Capital Limited,   Future Retail,   FDI,   right issues of Future Retail ,  
Japan court orders Google to delete data

Japan court orders Google to delete data

10 Oct 2014

Tokyo: A Japanese court has ordered Google to delete search results linking the claimant to a crime he did not commit, the latest in a series of rulings around the world on what search engines should tell users.

Google,   Japan court,   Google data,   Google privacy,   Right to be forgotten,  
India's Kailash Satyarthi, Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai win 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

India's Kailash Satyarthi, Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai win 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

10 Oct 2014

Oslo: An Indo-Pak, Hindu-Muslim combination of activists Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai on Friday won the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 for their work on promoting child rights in the troubled sub-continent.

Kailash Satyarthi,   Malala Yousafzai,   Nobel Peace Prize,   Oslo,   child right activist,   rights of children,  
No one has <strong>right</strong> to exploit environment: Modi

No one has right to exploit environment: Modi

01 Oct 2014

Washington: Batting for environmental protection and climate change issues, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that no country has the right to exploit the environment to their advantage, and this is the message that India and US should spread, he told top American lawmakers in an interaction at the Capitol Hill.

NaMo,   Indian PM,   Environmental issues,  Terrorism,   US visit,  
Qatar <strong>reject</strong> suggestions 2022 World Cup may be moved

Qatar reject suggestions 2022 World Cup may be moved

23 Sep 2014

London: The 2022 football World Cup will be held in Qatar despite doubts raised by a German FIFA executive committee member because of extreme heat in the desert state, local organisers said on Monday.

London,   2022 football World Cup,   Qatar,   German FIFA,   executive committee,   extreme heat,   desert state,   local organisers,  
Only Sena has <strong>right</strong> to take decisions on culture, people: Sena

Only Sena has right to take decisions on culture, people: Sena

03 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Terming its former ally BJP a 'renegade', the Shiv Sena on Friday renewed its attack on the party and claimed that decisions related to cultural aspects of the state can only be taken by them and not by a deserter.

Shiv Sena,   Mumbai,   BJP,   Saamna,   Mumbai Assembly polls,   ,  
Benzema winner for Real Madrid in CL <strong>right</strong> way to silence detractors

Benzema winner for Real Madrid in CL right way to silence detractors

03 Oct 2014

Madrid: Real Madrid forward Karim Benzema has many detractors in Spain and in his native France but scoring important goals like his winner in Wednesday's Champions League game at Ludogorets will help silence them.

Karim Benzema,   winner,   Real Madrid,   Champions League,   Cristiano Ronaldo,   France international,  
No biopics or female-centric films for Kareena <strong>right</strong> now

No biopics or female-centric films for Kareena right now

25 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Kareena Kapoor, who has done her share of female-centric dramas, says she wouldn't accept a biopic or a woman-oriented script just because others are doing it.

Kareena Kapoor,   Kangana Ranaut,   Alia Bhatt,   Rani Mukerji,   Priyanka Chopra,   Singham Returns,   Saif Ali Khan,  
Pakistant admits timing of meeting Hurriyat leaders 'not totally <strong>right</strong>'

Pakistant admits timing of meeting Hurriyat leaders 'not totally right'

28 Sep 2014

New York: Pakistan has admitted that the timing of its High Commissioner's meeting with the Hurriyat leaders in New Delhi ahead of the Foreign Secretary-level talks was "perhaps not totally right".

New York,   Pakistan,   timing,   High Commissioner,   Abdul Basit,   meeting,   Hurriyat leaders,   New Delhi,   Foreign Secretary-level talks,   Sartaz Aziz,  

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