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Colors rolls out its masterpiece with show 'Chakravartin Ashok Samrat'

Colors rolls out its masterpiece with show 'Chakravartin Ashok Samrat'

29 Jan 2015

Karjat: A mammoth set with intricate design, a stellar cast, high-end VFX technology and a vision to bring to viewers an engaging and entertaining retelling of the story of one of India's greatest emperors, - Colors' new offering "Chakravartin Samrat Ashok" promises to be a historical treat.

Colors channel,   Chakravartin Ashok Samrat,   TV show,   Ashoka,   Maurya dynasty,  
It was unforgettable: Aparna, Priyanka on Lucknow visit

It was unforgettable: Aparna, Priyanka on Lucknow visit

28 Jan 2015

Lucknow: Actors Aparna Dixit and Priyanka Purohit from the soap opera "Yeh Dil Sun Raha Hai" were pleasantly surprised at the welcome they received during their visit over the weekend to Lucknow, where they attended a special event for women.

TV Actor Aparna Dixit,   TV actor Priyanka Purohit,   Yeh Dil Sun Raha Hai,   Lucknow,   Pal channel,  
After Natarajan's charge, NDA <strong>may</strong> review UPA green clearances

After Natarajan's charge, NDA may review UPA green clearances

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The NDA government on Friday indicated it will take a fresh look at environmental clearances for projects granted or rejected by the previous UPA government in the light of former Union Minister Jayanthi Natarajan's allegation of interference by Rahul Gandhi.

Jayanthi Natarajan,   Rahul Gandhi,   Sonia Gandhi,   Congress,   UPA green clearances,   NDA government,   UPA,  
Andy Murray <strong>too</strong> strong for Kyrgios to reach Open semis

Andy Murray too strong for Kyrgios to reach Open semis

27 Jan 2015

Melbourne: British sixth seed Andy Murray proved too experienced for Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, winning in straight sets to reach the Australian Open semi-finals on Tuesday.

Andy Murray,   Nick Kyrgios,   Australian Open,   Tennis grand slam,  
Republic Day: <strong>TV</strong> celebs get nostalgic

Republic Day: TV celebs get nostalgic

24 Jan 2015

Mumbai: For some, it's a reminder of the colourful annual parade, while for some, it's a time to raise pertinent questions about the country -- Republic Day means different things to different actors and show makers of the Hindi television industry.

Republic Day,   TV celebs,   Hindi television industry,  Meghna Malik,   Vishal Singh ,  
Shah Rukh Khan turns host for New <strong>Television</strong> Show

Shah Rukh Khan turns host for New Television Show

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan returned to the small screen with a bang - he will host 'India Poochega - Sabse Shaana Kaun', a game show adapted from the 'Who's Asking?' international format.

Shah Rukh Khan,   New Television Show,   SRK host,  game show,   India Poochega Sabse Shaana Kaun,  
GDP base year revision <strong>may</strong> help government contain fiscal deficit

GDP base year revision may help government contain fiscal deficit

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A new series of national accounts with 2011-12 as base year for computing economic growth rate will be released on Friday, which may provide some cushion to government struggling to meet fiscal deficit target.

GDP,   GDP base year revision,   fiscal deficit,   Gross Domestic Product ,  
 The job of a mentor more fulfilling, says Mahesh Bhatt

The job of a mentor more fulfilling, says Mahesh Bhatt

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: As someone who has directed films like 'Arth' 'Saaransh' and 'Zakhm', Mahesh Bhatt says he was equally comfortable in mentoring the young team behind his upcoming supernatural erotic thriller 'Khamoshiyan'.

Mahesh Bhatt,   Job,   mentor,   Khamoshiyan,   director Karan Derra,  TV actor Gurmeet Choudhary,  
Toshiba launches Android powered LED <strong>TVs</strong>

Toshiba launches Android powered LED TVs

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi : Japanese electronics giant Toshiba has introduced a new range of smart LED TVs powered by Android that will allow viewers to access a wide range of apps, games and videos.

Android Powered LED TV,   Toshiba,   Japanese electronics giant,   Wi-Fi Enabled,  
 Quitting smoking gradually <strong>may</strong> help kick the habit

Quitting smoking gradually may help kick the habit

28 Jan 2015

London: Want to quit smoking? Do it gradually. Smokers may find it easier to kick the butt if they stop smoking gradually than if they quit abruptly, a new study suggests.

Quit smoking,   Smokers,   human brain,   blood flow,   University of Copenhagen ,  

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