Veteran actor Kamal Haasan on Wednesday launched his political party and the party Flag at Othakadai in Madurai among a sea of supporters. Haasan’s party is named Makkal Needhi Maiam which in Tamil means ‘Centre for People’s justice’.
Kamal Haasan hoisted and unveiled the party flag -three in red and three in white - joined together around a star on a white background.
Haasan was joined by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, AAP leader and former Delhi Minister Somnath Bharti who is the...
Weddings never fail in providing ladies with a chance to pamper themselves and get all decked up in pretty dresses to flaunt among their family and friends. With every girl going for dark colours lately, Bollywood beauties defied the trends and nailed white outfits at Mohit Marwah's wedding.
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Marvel's latest presentation 'Black Panther' is breaking box-office records all around the globe with the grown-up superhero action and earth-shattering entertainment. However, the Indian Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) couldn't refrain themselves from adding an unnecessary beep to the Ryan Coogler directorial.
If reports are to be believed, Censor Board has bleeped the "Glory to Hanuman!" statement uttered by Black Panther's rival M'Baku during his tribal pray. While the mention of an...
Out of 53,000 cyber attacks in India, 40% of them were focused on the financial sector in 2017. This statistic puts us in the seventh spot in the list of targeted countries in Web Application Attacks, according to a report from Akamai Technologies.
Phishing, website intrusions and defacements, virus and ransomware were some of the security incidents targeted the Banking, Financial services and Insurances (BFSI) sector in India.
Akamai Technologies, who made this report, claimed the key motive of...
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina advised India not to worry about Dhaka’s growing ties with China. Interacting with a delegation of visiting Indian journalists at her official residence on Tuesday, she said Bangladesh's relations with Beijing are being extended only for the development of the country.
“I will rather suggest India should have good relations with its neighbours, including Bangladesh, so this region could be developed further and we can show the world that we all work together,”...
The Union Minister of Civil Aviation, Ashok Gajapathi Raju, on Wednesday, said he expects the divestment process of public carrier Air India to be completed within a year. "We hope that by the end of the year we will be able to finish the divestments," the minister said, adding: "Government has given us Air India specific alternate mechanism (for disinvestment)... which is headed by the Finance Minister. I am also a member of it to guide the whole process." On February 2, Minister of State for Civil...
Canadian Groom Sings ‘Tum Hi Ho’ To Impress Indian Bride
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July 15 , 2015 , 17:35 IST
[caption id="attachment_82426" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Simran Malhotra and Frank Gregoire. (Photo courtesy: AVPStudios/YouTube)[/caption]
Wedding is considered to be the most memorable day in anyone’s life and to make it special, the bride and groom try to surprise each other. This Canadian couple has become famous overnight, when the wedding filmmakers - AVPStudios-posted a video of their reception. Bride (Simran Malhotra) and groom (Frank Gregoire) have grabbed all the eye balls on the social media. Frank gave the most priceless gift to his beloved Simran when he sang a Bollywood number ‘Tum hi ho’ from the movie ‘Aashiqui 2’ while playing a piano in the background.
While the groom was singing this romantic number, it left the bride into tears of joy. Even the guests seemed getting emotional in that particular moment. In the end Simran went ahead to hug the groom.
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Simran, who is from Toronto, met Frank, who is from Sherbrooke, in Baltimore in 2012 at their workplace. They decided to exchange vows on July 27, 2015 in Baltimore, Maryland. The couple followed both Sikh and Christian wedding rituals.