Vikram Vedha review: A wholly satisfying, smartly conceived thriller

Vikram (Madhavan) is a stone-cold encounter specialist who can sleep soundly, regardless of how many lives he’s ended that day.

Fidaa review: Of love and conflict

There are some love stories that leave a lasting impression on us and Fidaa is one such fascinating tale that represents the conflict in love.

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Anushka as Gujarati ‘Sejal’ is winning hearts

An independent, free-spirited girl in ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’.

'Black Prince' review: A well-intended bore 

Stiff, stagey execution and actors, vivacious narrative. 

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Hull City's Scottish defender Andrew Robertson (L)  vies with  Liverpool's Senegalese midfielder Sadio Mane (R) during the English Premier League football match. (File photo | AFP)
Liverpool signs Andy Robertson from Hull City for 10 million pound

Four years ago, Robertson was playing on a part-time basis for Queen's Park in the Scottish leagues. 


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UTT alone can't make India TT powerhouse: Peter Engel

Former India coach Engel was associated with the Indian team till the 2014 Asian Games.


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Amritraj brothers disappointed with Chennai Open shift

The former Davis Cup players, Vijay and Anand who hailed from Chennai, had worked hard to bring the tournament here in 1997.


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Sri Lanka skipper Chandimal to miss first Test against India, Herath to lead

Rangana Herath will lead the team after Dinesh Chandimal was admitted to the hospital Friday with pneumonia.


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New Chennaiyin FC coach Gregory looks forward to ISL stint

The 2015 champions parted ways with former coach Marco Materazzi, following a number seven finish in 2016.

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London to banish winter blues with biggest ever light show

The event takes place between January 18 and 21 in what Khan says will be a chance for people across the world to see London in a new light, Mayor Sadiq Khan said on Thursday.

Now alien hunters sighted at Karntaka's Antur village

Antur was in the news last week after some of the villagers claimed to have heard heavy breathing in the eaarly hours and discovered unusual ‘footprints’ in the fields.

Patient strums guitar as doctors perform operation

During the entire surgery, the patient was fully awake and was playing the guitar as the problem only occurred when he tried playing guitar.

The general on the warpath

Amit Shah is crisscrossing the country, creating a booth-level movement that could return the BJP to power in 2019 | By Ravi Shankar

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When the hills call...

A speech and hearing impaired sculptor’s spiritual quest in the Himalayas

Post-retirement, India’s very own ‘Butterfly Man’ has now taken up the task of popularising gardens dedicated to the species.

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1.62 lakh shell companies, likely evading tax, deregistered till July 12: Jaitley

'Shell company' not defined under Companies Act, but Corporate Affairs Minister Arun Jaitley told the Lok Sabha that many such entities have been found to be indulging in large scale tax violations

Vijay Mallya booed outside the Oval. (Photo : ANI)

Not just Vijay Mallya, 52 others involved in money laundering are absconding

Guess what? Neither the Enforcement Directorate nor the Ministry of Home Affairs has approached the Ministry of External Affairs for the extradition of these people under the PMLA

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Income Tax Department unearths income of Rs 5,400 crore post-note ban

I-T dept has unearthed undisclosed income of more than Rs 5,400 crore in over a thousand search operations carried out since the November 8 demonetisation.

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We need more women judges but no reservation, only sensitisation: Law Minister

Though Centre's role is limited in appointing judges, judiciary will be sensitised to appoint more women, says minister but does not envisage quota as higher judiciary has no such provision

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing at the launch of a new mobile app 'Bhim' to encourage e-transactions at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on Friday. | PTI

Slow internet, call drops hampering Digital India, Rajya Sabha MPs complain

Communications Minister Manoj Sinha admitted the problem and said recently, 965 MHz of spectrum had been auctioned and the speed was expected to improve following its roll out.