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Hindi will be at top in digital world: PM

“90 % of the 6,000 languages world over face the risk of becoming relics” Stating that English, Chinese and Hindi will rule the digital world in the coming days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday noted that the language market was huge and companies can cash in on it by developing apps at the earliest. Inaugurating the 10th Vishwa Hindi ... Read More »

Is Radhe Maa member of Pakistani intelligence agency ?

Self-styled God woman, Radhe Maa aka Sukhwinder Kaur  now seems to have got a new designation. A religious outfit based in Mumbai said that Radhe Maa is part of Pakistani intelligence agency, ISI. The religious organisation based in Borivali also approached the Mumbai Police Commissioner, Rakesh Maria claiming the same, after which the Borivali police station was asked to look ... Read More »

6 Investing Lessons From The Richest Man In The World- Warren Buffett

Warren Buffet, also known as the oracle of Omaha, is no stranger to the world of investing. There’s a lot to learn from the most successful (and did we also mention, the richest) man in the world of investing. Here are six lessons from Warren Buffett that you can use to invest better. #1: “If you buy things you don’t need, ... Read More »

I m also 100 percent Bihar: Avengers star Mark Ruffalo

HULK’ BATS FOR BIHAR PROJECT Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo, best known for portraying the superhero Hulk in the popularAvengers franchise, has lent his support for the #SolarBihar project, aimed at urging people to adopt sustainable and renewable energy. Ruffalo took to Twitter on Friday to express his support for the State. “I’m 100% New York, but I’m also 100% Bihar. #SolarBihar ... Read More »

Hero: Close to zero

This week Nikhil Advani tries to rejig the 1980s masala for the diet cola generation and has come up with a contraption high on fizz, low on substance. It is a kind of film where the hero makes an entry on a bulldozer and the villain bamboozles with his punchlines; a film where the heroine has to remain oblivious to ... Read More »

DU polls: ABVP has an edge in 25 colleges

Going by elections at the college level, the traditional rivalry between Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarathi Parishad and National Students’ Union of India continues. However, it would be wrong to write off AAP’s Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) based on these polls as they did not field any candidates at this level. By Friday evening, ABVP had an edge in 25 colleges ... Read More »

DittoTV’s new brand campaign #TVBuddyhighlights the Indian TV viewing habit – no one likes to watch TV alone.

dittoTV rolls out its new campaign ‘#TVBuddy’ which showcases the Indian TV viewing habit that even if they are separated by geographies,Indians always like to watch the same TV content together and sometimes, even discuss and share it. Based on this insight, in the campaign, the term ‘TV Buddy’ was coined. TV Buddies could be your mom, dad, relatives, childhood ... Read More »

PM launches metro’s Faridabad corridor

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday inaugurated the much-awaited Badarpur-Faridabad Metro that will connect the national Capital with the satellite town and hoped that it would give impetus to economic growth in the region.Mr. Modi, who himself took a train of the Metro’s Violet Line (Line 6) from Janpath station in Delhi to reach Bata Chowk station here, said the ... Read More »

Hollywood can take Bollywood’s jubilant quality: Golden Globe winner

If there’s one factor that Hollywood can pick from Bollywood films, it has to be their “jubilant” nature, says Lesley Ann Warren, an Academy Award nominated and Golden Globe Award winning international actress. In an interaction with IANS at Anaheim here, she spoke fondly of what she loves about Indian cinema, particularly Bollywood. “I have not seen a lot of ... Read More »

Film on Anna Hazare in works

Shooting of a film on the life of social activist Anna Hazare has begun at his native village Ralegan Siddhi in Ahmednagar district. The film shoot began on Friday, an aide of the anti-corruption crusader said. Scenes of crowds at a ‘JanLokpal bill rally’ were shot on Friday. On the third day of the shoot today, scenes of the agitation ... Read More »