NEW DELHI; Criticising US President Donald Trump for his protectionist policies, Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman on Saturday accused him of not taking his job seriously and warned these measures lead to "risks of a disruptive trade war".
“It’s a been 11 years in exile for me” - J P Dutta breaks his silence Director J P Dutta is back with his new war film (what else?) entitled Paltan. And in spite of setbacks, J P is very satisfied with the results. “This was my first film without my father (writer O P Dutta has written the dialogues of all J P Dutta’s film before Paltan). One reason why I’ve feared returning to filmmaking for so long is because I didn’t
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan reunites with director Rohan Sippy after 15 years for a thriller They came together exactly 15 years ago in a film called Kuch Na Kaho. And now the film’s director Rohan Sippy and leading lady Aishwarya Rai Bachchan are all set to reunite for a film where Aishwarya will play the hero. Says a source close to the development, “The thriller will be centred around Aishwarya’s character. It will also h
"Shah Rukh Khan took 3 years to say yes to my movie" - Farah Khan Known for directing blockbuster movies like Main Hoon Na and Om Shanti Om, the vivacious Farah Khan revealed that it hasn't been easy chalking her path to the top bracket, and that being a female director in a male-dominated industry came with its fair-share of struggles. When questioned about why it would be incorrect to assume that success came fairl...
Ravi Dhaliwal Tribune News Service Gurdaspur, March 5 About 17 years after he was named “Tunnel Man” for detecting a 400-ft-long tunnel originating in Pakistan and leading to his agricultural land, Swarna Dass (76) is still awaiting the benefits announced by then SAD-BJP government. While tilling his 3-acre land at his native village, Chauntra, near the fencing on March 5, 2001, Dass had spotted a big hole. This was the tunnel’s opening on the Indian side. He had also found digging implements. Dass had informed the BSF personnel manning the nearby border outpost (BoP). They had given him Rs 500 and asked him to keep his “discovery” a secret. However, news about the tunnel had spread quickly. The BSF had kept a watch on the passageway for the next few weeks, bu...
BENGALURU: Veteran para swimmer Prasanta Karmakar was on Thursday slapped with a three-year suspension by the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) for alleged harassing of female swimmers during the National Para Swimming Championship in Jaipur last year.
The ED has now issued fresh summons against diamantaire Nirav Modi. He has now been asked to join the investigation and appear before the central probe agency in Mumbai on February 26. Top India News- News18.com