The 66th Cannes Film Festival is officially celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema, but that does not mean that the country that produces more movies than any other will make the kind of big splash at the Riviera that one might have expected.
Top officials of the Indian ministries of information and broadcasting, tourism and the National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), played co-hosts at the opening night party of the Marche du Film (Film Market) on Thursday evening on the Majestic Beach here.
The 66th Cannes Film Festival is officially celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema, but that does not mean that the country that produces more movies than any other will make the kind of big splash at the Riviera that one might have expected. So don't believe the hype.
That the relation between the policeman and the "Aam Admi” is devoid of trust, in our society, especially from the latter’s side needs no mention.
So the English channels have started non-stop coverage of the so called chit fund scam in West Bengal.
People in Kashmir were expecting a better time this year as more tourists came to the state in years 2011 and 2012.
Gafoor Khatan, belonging to a Bakarwal family, as tribal community of Rajouri District in Jammu and Kashmir had gone missing in April, 2003 in Srinagar.
After eleven long years, the Madras High Court has finally issued a notice to the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu and DMK supremo Muthuvel Karunanidhi on his alleged controversial statement describing the term 'Hindu' meant 'thief'.
In a first of its kind survey conducted on 11 Indian cities by NGO Janaagraha, the findings were not much different from what a citizen living in these cities faces every day.
A month after 26/11, the Information Technology (IT) Act 2000 was amended in December 2008 to deal with cyber crime and cyber terrorism. The amendment bill was passed in Parliament without any discussion and dissent in Lok Sabha. Now, four years after the act was amended, it is in the eye of a storm due to alleged misuse of section 66A of IT act.
With United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government facing Opposition onslaught on foreign direct investment (FDI) on retail in Parliament, it is not the first time that government faced voting on its crucial decisions.
After Dimple Mishra, a 27 year old from Mumbai, abandoned by her husband, turned to Facebook for support, a panchayat in Bhadohi ordered her husband’s family to accept her as their daughter-in-law or face a boycott.
It is been more than two years now since the Women's Reservation Bill was passed by the Rajya Sabh in 2010. Will the bill ever be introduced in the Lok Sabha, is a million dollar question.
Uttar Pradesh's tottering health system will now be set right by patients.
Good, old fashioned journalism is not out of fashion. You must be joking, it is probably already extinct if not an endangered species.