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Sony TV's Eureka Moment

KBC has done to the channel what it did to Star TV a decade ago. Sony is trying to make sure that the magic doesn’t fade away.

To Be His Equal

The state and the laws alone cannot empower women. Gender equality and justice will remain a mirage till women learn to stand up for themselves, even struggle more than their male counterparts and endeavour to break the glass ceiling

Bhopal and Books - a Forever Affair

rom 11th century philosopher king Raja Bhoj to the Nawabs and Begums of the 19th century to waiter Nandkishore Kushwaha of this century, one thing has not changed in Bhopal down the ages -- people's love for penning down their thoughts.

Freedom of Media : Dead Men Talking

On September 23, 2011, at about three in the morning, within hours of his arrival at the New Delhi airport, the US radio journalist David Barsamian was deported.

New Puja Wardrobe

It's those five days when the closet gets a facelift. And this Durga Puja, it's not just the elegant saris and ethnic kurtas that have made it to the wardrobe - jeggings, gowns made of Baluchari saris, maxis and Benarasi corsets have followed suit.

India Through the Eyes of an Italian

"Circle of Making", an Indian-Italian cross-cultural dialogue, will open here Oct 11 with a showcase by senior artist Tarshito aka Nicola Strippoli at the Italian Cultural Centre here.

Global Ad Spending Slowed in Second Quarter

Advertising spending declined in almost half of the world’s most important media markets in the second quarter, deflating global growth, as economic concerns crimped sales, according to Nielsen Holdings NV.

Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots' Antics Bowl Over Chinese Youth

Chandni Chowk to China may have the Bollywood's Sino connect in the title, but the Akshay Kumar-starrer didn't quite catch the Chinese students' imagination as Aamir Khan's Phunsukh Wangdu in Aamir Khan's 3 Idiots (San Ge Sha Gua) has.

Bigg Boss 5 Begins with Shakti Kapoor as the Only Male Inmate

The fifth season of the much-hyped reality show Bigg Boss kickstarted today with the unveiling of the 14 contestants, including the only male celebrity Shakti Kapoor and wife of convicted serial killer Charles Sobhraj, Nihika Biswas.

Ronaldo's Ex Atkinson Enters B-Town

English actor, television personality and lingerie model Gemma Atkinson, 26, who once dated Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, is all set for her innings in Bollywood.

Cross-Platform Play for Shah Rukh's Superhero Flick

There are several firsts attached to the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Ra.One, when it comes to technology. Whether it’s console games, social games or Google gadgets, industry insiders who have worked with the film say the film showcases what the future of Indian movies could be.

Could MJ have been saved

Earlier testimonies have claimed the emergency call was not placed for at least 15 minutes after Murray discovered Michael was not breathing.

India Set to Pip Australia, Korea to Third Spot in Asia TV Ad Market

Driven by the forecast of aggressive advertising spends on television, India will overtake Australia and Korea to become the third-largest TV advertising market in Asia behind Japan and China in next 45-months generating $5.2 billion (R16,000 crore) in ad revenue, more than double of what was generated in 2010.

India’s TV Business is Set To Grow at 12 Per Cent

Star and Sun are the strongest networks in India, Network 18 is a great acquisition target and the global significance of the Rs 32,000-crore Indian TV business will keep rising.

Bigg Boss Doesn’t Suit my Personality

Dixit’s return to TV as a contestant on Bigg Boss 5 escalate, doctor-husband locates job at top city hospital, actor says she’ll touch down mid-October just ahead of Diwali, admits shifting countries is harder on her children.

Salman Khan & Family not In Rajinikanth's Good Books

Actor Salman Khan, who has gained much popularity down South owing to the action roles and being a part of South remakes, seems to have got into the bad books of Rajinikanth and family.

Eros International Sees Bumper FY on String of Blockbusters

Indian movie distributor Eros International Plc said it expected its full-year results to beat current market expectations, driven by strong performances from film titles like "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" (You Won't Get Life Again) and "Ready".

Mausam in News Again, for Wrong Reasons

Certain people who have recommended Mausam in a trade magazine are themselves unaware of the same.

Returning to India Made Sense: Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit is between a million lists, packing up her 12-year life in Denver as she heads back home for good in mid-October.

Indian Pay TV Regulations Among World's Worst

India and China feature among the worst countries in the world in formulation and implementation of regulatory policies for the video broadcasting industry, says a report from the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA).

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