Juhi Chawla is all set to share screen space with Rishi Kapoor in their upcoming film, Sharmaji Namkeen. She announced the film along with several pictures from their script reading sessions on Twitter.
As part of the Marksharks Passion Expedition Programme conducted in schools of Delhi NCR in association with HT PACE, a training session was conducted for the students by Prakash Padukone Badminton Schools, leading badminton academy that applies global curriculum focusing on foundational and advanced training modules of badminton. The quality of the training and curriculum is derived from the global experience of Prakash Padukone, a legendary name in the field of Indian badminton, and his coaches. Moreover, India On Track (IOT), a sports organisation that focuses on positively impacting the sports ecosystem in India, has come together with Prakash Padukone to operate the academy across various cities. These training sessions were conducted at their centre – The Infinity School, Greater Noida – over a period of three days. Highly skilled coaches from the academy focused on teaching young students agility and footwork, which formulate the basics of the game. The training drills conducted by the coaches helped young shuttlers in techniques, coordination as well as increasing strength, speed and endurance during the play. After the sessions, the students were ecstatic to grasp tactics which were critical to the sport.
Ritesh Antil of Class S5-B of The Modern School, Kundli was selected to participate in a special programme for schoolchildren called Young Scientist Programme (Yuva Vigyani Karyakram) launched by ISRO this year aimed at imparting basic knowledge on space technology, space science and space applications.
Madhuri Dixit to make Netflix debut with Karan Johar’s production, promises a ‘gripping yet heartwarming’ watch
At a time when Bollywood’s A-list talent is readily joining the OTT bandwagon in one capacity or another, Madhuri Dixit Nene is not one to be left far behind. The actor tells us exclusively that she is all set to make her acting debut in the OTT universe, which she feels has changed the dynamics of Indian showbiz.
The Bombay high court on Monday directed the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to file a reply on the claim made by former ICICI Bank managing director and chief executive officer Chanda Kochhar that her termination under section 35 (b) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 was not done according to the due procedure. Kochhar, in her petition, has said that she was sacked by the bank on January 30, 2019, while the central bank’s sanction was secured on March 13, 2019.
Over the years, the government has taken various initiatives to make educational institutions accessible to the society at large in a bid to ensure education for all. Although government schools are the largest provider of elementary education in our country with over 80% of all recognised schools being run or supported by the government, but still the demand for private schools is on the rise. We need more and more good quality competent schools to spread the social cause of education and to increase the literacy rate in India.
Reliance Jio has relaunched the popular Rs 98 and Rs 149 prepaid plans for its users. The company had withdrawn these two plans after it announced new all-in-one plans with hiked mobile tariffs and limited IUC minutes.
A 26-year-old woman allegedly tried to commit suicide by jumping on to the tracks at Delhi Metro’s Rohini West station on Monday morning, delaying trains on the route, officials said.
Actor Ramya Krishnan, who essays the role of former Tamil Nadu chief minister and late actor J Jayalalithaa in the web series Queen, is not too worried about comparisons with Kangana Ranaut, who will also essay the role on the silver screen in her trilingual Thalaivi.
There are many who often get creative while presenting gifts at the wedding of their friends. Just like a group of friends who came up with an “expensive” and unusual gift – a bouquet of onions.
IIT Hyderabad invites applications for short term course on Nonlocal Mechanics Approaches for Modelling Localized Deformations
Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad has invited applications for a short term course on ‘Nonlocal Mechanics Approaches for Modeling Localized Deformations’ to be held from February 19 to 21, 2020. Candidates interested and eligible for this course can apply via email on or before December 15, 2019.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed the Karnataka bypoll results and said that the people have strengthened a strong and stable government.
The entry and exit at Udyog Bhawan, Lok Kalyan Marg and Central Secretariat metro stations have been closed in view of JNU students’ protest march, reports news agency PTI.
The start of the Ranji Trophy Group A match between Andhra and Vidarbha was delayed after a snake entered the Dr. Gokaraju Liala Gangaaraju ACA Cricket Ground here on Monday morning. Vidarbha skipper Faiz Fazal won the toss and opted to field first against Andhra. Soon, the players made their way into the middle and just when play was about to start, the reptile entered the playing arena and play was halted.
With the Bharatiya Janata Party poised to win more than 10 of the 15 seats that went to bypolls in Karnataka, the big winner clearly is Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa (BSY) who has once again proved that he is indispensable for the party, at least for now.
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New Delhi, Dec 9 (PTI) Former England captain Kevin Pietersen believes that under-fire Rishabh Pant needs to be given time to mature as there is still some years before he can realise his full potential.
Vivo on Monday officially launched its V17 smartphone in India. The latest smartphone joins Vivo’s big V-series lineup which features phones such as V11 Pro, V15 Pro, V9 and V17 Pro among others.