Normal life in some parts of the Valley was disrupted today due to a strike called by hardline Hurriyat Conference in protest against the Jammu and Kashmir High Court judgement in the Mohammad Qasim Faktoo case.
Normal life was affected in lower Assam districts on Thursday due to a day-long bandh called by a Muslim outfit to protest against the recent violence. Official sources said shops, schools, business establishment and financial institutions remained closed and there was less traffic on the national highway
The nation will be bidding goodbye to lord Ganesha today. Various city administrations have made elaborate arrangements for the Immersion processions that will be taken out today. Mumbai has put in place some special arrangements for a smooth farewell for the elephant-headed deity today. The city will even have an Unmanned Vehicle in the sky to keep an eye on the huge crowds
They turned man & wife on the 16th of October and now they're arriving in Delhi for a royal wedding reception. Yes, we're talking about actors Saif & Kareena who'll be arriving in Delhi today for the Dawat-E-Walima, their Delhi reception will be one grand affair as political bigwigs & influential people from the world of Business expected to make their presence felt at the do. The wedding reception will take place at a private property in Aurangzeb Road and is expected to be a private…
Playback singer Asha Bhosle's daughter Varsha Bhosle has committed suicide at the singer's Peddar road home in Mumbai. Varsha Bhosle, who had tried to kill herself earlier as well, reportedly shot herself in the wee hours of the morning.. Asha bhosle wasnt in the house at the time as she is in Singapore for a concert. It was neighbours who heard the gunshot after which police were called to the Prabhu Kunj building at Peddar Road in Mumbai where Varsha had been staying with her mother
An ailing Union Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh chose Chennai as the place for a likely liver transplant. Above any other place in India or even rushing abroad as most politicians do. Renewing focus on the city's corporate health centres attracting patients from around the world. It's call medical tourism and the big money it means also raises certain ethical questions.