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RK Singh, a senior BJP MP, has said that Sushma Swaraj shouldn't have helped Lalit Modi, thus becoming the first voice within the BJP to go public with his dissent.
It's well know that the legendary Raj Kapoor unabashedly imitated Charlie Chaplin but this rare pic shows how Kapoor could be uniquely goofy.
Iconic film-score composer James Horner, who scored 'Titanic' as well as 'Braveheart,' died in a plane crash. Closer home, Sister Nirmala, who took over from Mother Teresa, also passed away.
Mamata Banerjee's tempestuous nephew, Abhishekh Banerjee, has threatened to "gouge the eyes out" of those who plan on harming West Bengal.
Here are the politicians whose tryst with the asanas didn't go too smoothly.
The former chief of the Interpol, Ronald Noble, has said that there was no notice issued to apprehend Lalit Modi for foreign exchange violations. That implies agencies such as the Enforcement Directorate may have been lying about the 'Blue Corner' notices.
The Income Tax department is likely to issue notices to Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi asking them to pay tax and penalty on "income" of Rs 1,300 crore that investigators believe they earned from the transfer of shares of Associated Journal Ltd (AJL), publishers of the now-defunct party newspaper, The National Herald.
Ushering in a wave of technology-driven reforms, regulator Sebi on Tuesday allowed startups to list and raise funds with an easier set of norms within India, while it made investments cheque-free for all IPOs.
President Pranab Mukherjee's secretary is the latest to be dragged into Lalit Modi's mess.
A Wikileaks cable says that the US National Security Agency had spied on French Presidents Chiraque, Sarkozy and Hollande.
Off The Front Page
The Congress has hired Irfan Alam, the Harvard graduated feted by Obama for his development work, as election campaign manager for the Bihar elections.
The Kentucky Fried 'Rat' turned out to be a chicken after all, with an independent lab confirming it.
He was a 'prince' on the run for murder, but now Vikram Singh Puar, 26, is now 'king', out on a 15-day anticipatory bail.
G Sampath says that sexism is alive and well even in the 'gender-neutral' tech industry.
Harish Trivedi says that national anthems have even historically been treated as objects of satire.Suggest a correction