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Here's why Sara refused to do Vicky's Udham Singh biopic
Entertainment

Here's why Sara refused to do Vicky's Udham Singh biopic

It's been a week since ace filmmaker Shoojit Sircar announced his project, a biopic on freedom fighter Udham Singh, with Bollywood's current blue-eyed boy Vicky Kaushal in the lead.
France: New statue commemorates role of Indian soldiers in WWI
World

France: New statue commemorates role of Indian soldiers in WWI

A new statue commemorating the role of Indian soldiers in World War I was unveiled in the town of Laventie in France today to mark Armistice Day when the war ended in 1918.
After Allahabad's renaming, Shimla might be renamed to Shyamala
India

After Allahabad's renaming, Shimla might be renamed to Shyamala

It seems like Shimla is set to join the increasingly long list of Indian cities that have been renamed.
Both, timing and relevance of 'Manto' trailer are excellent
Entertainment

Both, timing and relevance of 'Manto' trailer are excellent

'Manto' is a biographical drama directed by Nandita Das. Nawazuddin Siddiqui plays the acclaimed but controversial Urdu poet Saadat Hasan Manto.
UK historian wants 1857 revolt soldier's skull buried in India
World

UK historian wants 1857 revolt soldier's skull buried in India

A British historian wants the skull of an Indian soldier who was among those executed after the revolt of 1857 against the East India Company to be repatriated to India and buried where he participated in his last battle.
For the first time, Pakistan displays Bhagat Singh's case file
India

For the first time, Pakistan displays Bhagat Singh's case file

Eighty-seven years after Bhagat Singh was hanged for the murder of a British police officer, Pakistan on Monday for the first time displayed some records of the legendary freedom fighter's case file including his execution certificate.
Pakistan - Killed 50 Afghan soldiers on border
World

Pakistan - Killed 50 Afghan soldiers on border

Pakistani officials said they killed more than 50 Afghan soldiers and destroyed 5 of their border check posts, a charge which Afghanistan vehemently denies.
Justice Leila Seth: Glimpses through a legal luminary's life
India

Justice Leila Seth: Glimpses through a legal luminary's life

Leila Seth, eminent jurist, India's first female Chief Justice of a High Court and mother of famous author Vikram Seth died from a cardiac arrest on Saturday night.
Evidence of "active participation" by Pakistan in soldiers' mutilation: Jaitley
India

Evidence of "active participation" by Pakistan in soldiers' mutilation: Jaitley

Defence Minister Arun Jaitley rejected Pakistan's denial of involvement in the mutilation of two Indian soldiers, saying circumstances point to "active participation" by their army.

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