31 May 2016
New Delhi: Nowadays, the runtime of an average Indian movie is anywhere between 120 and 150 minutes, which is very much on the lines of Hollywood which has been producing movies with an average runtime of 80 to minutes, with a few exceptions of course.
22 May 2016
Addis Ababa: In a bid to renew its historical and cultural ties with India and boost its economy through tourism, Ethiopia has launched efforts to woo Indians, who otherwise come to the archaeologically-rich country only for business purposes.
20 Sep 2016
Kanpur: India's chief coach Anil Kumble on Tuesday offered his condolences to indian soldiers who lost their lives in Uri attack on Sunday.
19 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Chinese technology giant Lenovo will bring the much-awaited modular smartphone 'Moto Z' to the Indian market in the first week of October.
29 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The public memory is not short, rather very short. Hence, the people are always in a haste to brand some or the other as a 'Superhero'. God forbid, if the same 'Superhero' trips over the line, and makes a very basic human error, the same public turns the same celebrity into 'The Villain'.
11 Sep 2016
Dubai: An Indian mechanic-turned-businessman owns an incredible 22 apartments in the popular Burj Khalifa, a media report said on Sunday.
03 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Gymnast Dipa Karmakar, who was lauded for her performance at Rio Olympics, is the most inspiring Indian woman, according to a survey.
30 Nov 2016
Panicking, she rang the number and told a man who said he was from the IRS: ‘I can pay $500,’ half the sum demanded. "I could do a payment plan. I just can't pay all of it at once." "Ma'am, you can pay $500 today itself. You can do that?" the man asked, adding that lawyers would look at her accounts and work out a monthly payment plan, but she had to pay half now.
01 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA), an electronic media watchdog, on Thursday warned of massive crackdown against the channels for illegally airing contents of Indian channels.
31 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Commenting about growth in India's economy, US Secretary of State John Kerry said that the upward spiral can be maintained if its bureaucracy ceases to be an expert in setting up roadblocks.