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The world of Bollywood as seen through American diplomatic eyes
Cables scan the scene and conclude that excessive production expenses and high payments to stars may make the industry unsustainable in the long run
CHENNAI: Bollywood accounts for only about 200 of the 1,000 films that are annually produced in India, but “in terms of reach and revenue, as well as its stable of nationally-recognized stars, Bollywood films dominate the ...
Muhammad Yunus knew seeking to enter politics in Bangladesh would receive ‘bruising response'
Kolkata Consulate: His candidacy 'could offer a possible out from the Hasina-Zia zero-sum game'
‘Islands of growth' despite hurdles for Catholic Church
CHENNAI: Like many, if not most, diplomatic states, the Vatican may be tailoring its message to suit its audience, cables accessed by The Hindu through WikiLeaks show. In 2002, a Vatican representative told a U.S. diplomat that ...
Manmohan Singh's apology for anti-Sikh riots a ‘Gandhian moment of moral clarity,' says 2005 cable
LONDON: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's public apology for the 1984 anti-Sikh riots is hailed in an American diplomatic cable as a “singular act of political courage'' and an “almost Gandhian moment of moral clarity in India's long ...
Shanti Bhushan won't quit panel: Kejriwal
“No element of truth in the entire malicious campaign”
PAC divided on 2G report
UPA wants JPC to do the job
Sai Baba's condition very critical
HYDERABAD: The health condition of Sathya Sai Baba turned very critical on Thursday as there was poor response from his vital organs to treatment. A health bulletin released by the Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences said ...
One hour of load shedding for Chennai, 3 hours for rest of State
CHENNAI: Chennai will have one hour of load shedding from Friday, while the duration of load shedding in other parts of the State will go up from two hours to three hours. Announcing its decision, the Tamil Nadu Generation and ...
CPI(M) seeks resignation of Iqbal, Vaithilingam
PUDUCHERRY: The Puducherry unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Thursday demanded the resignation of Lieutenant Governor Iqbal Singh and Chief Minister V. Vaithilingam following allegations that a No-Objection Certificate and an ...
No interim bail for 2G scam accused
Workers flee Jaitapur project site
RATNAGIRI: Workers employed at the Jaitapur nuclear power project site at Madban village have fled after the violent incidents on April 18 when a mob damaged equipment and indulged in arson. A Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited ...
Supreme Court cancels bail to Satyam auditors
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday cancelled the bail granted by the Andhra Pradesh High Court to Subramani Gopalakrishnan, auditor of Pricewaterhouse, looking after the audit of Satyam Computers, and internal auditor of the company ...
12th Plan to target 9-9.5% growth
The objective must be faster, more inclusive and also sustainable growth: Manmohan
Nuclear power must be expanded: Plan panel
NEW DELHI: Asserting that nuclear power will play a major role in meeting the energy needs of the country during the 12th Five-Year Plan, the Planning Commission on Thursday said the country needed an additional 1,00,000 MW of power during the ...
WikiLeaks disclosure shows U.S. wants Trinamool to win: Karat
“Left parties have been consistently fighting U.S.-led market economic policies”
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Kings XI rides on Marsh show
The home team subdues Royals, posting the highest total of this edition
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Vulnerable Mumbai Indians faces off against Chennai Super Kings
The visitor has a long list of bold batsmen capable of tackling any bowler on their day
IPL CARNIVAL 2011
Knight Riders will look to bounce back
KOLKATA: It looks like another big test for Kolkata Knight Riders on Friday against Royal Challengers Bangalore at the Eden Gardens. Having slumped to a narrow six-run defeat to Kochi Tuskers Kerala on Wednesday, the home team will try to ...
Growing concern over ‘witch-hunting' in North-East
‘Perpetrators of this crime were motivated and propelled by the greed for land, property and revenge'
Three satellites in good health
PSLV-C16 launched them on Wednesday; Resourcesat-1 still working
Double fortified salt mandatory in midday meal
Government to promote its use to tackle anaemia
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