"Breathe: Into The Shadows", which debuted on the streaming platform in July 2020, is a sequel series to Sadh's 2018 crime thriller show "Breathe".
It feels empowering to crush a horde of snarling monsters in the wake of an Armageddon. Leave aside the genre for a moment.
The Union health ministry has set up an expert group to review the taxation policy for tobacco products, taking into account its implications on public health.
Taking to his Instagram handle, Big B shared an image of Kriti and himself performing 'ballroom dancing' on the sets of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati'.
FabIndia was trolled on social media for what some said was unnecessarily uplifting secularism and Muslim ideologies in a Hindu festival, saying it hurt their religious sentiments.
The company has started 'Paytm Cashback Dhamaka' as part of the marketing campaign for users in all districts of India.
Just as The Intern is being remade in Hindi, Bengaluru companies are offering paid internships to seniors in different sectors.
On Thursday, Abhishek took to Instagram and shared a post that read, "He is back." Junior B also added hashtags "Breathe: Into The Shadows" and "Season 3" to the caption.
Alongside the note, Abhishek, who is also known as Junior B, posted a video featuring different images of Senior B (Amitabh Bachchan) from different phases of his life.
In an open letter, NOTE president Dr Shekhar Salkar had said that the actor should withdraw from "surrogate" paan masala advertisements and support the cause of the anti-tobacco movement.
Parties term SEC decision undemocratic; MLAs to discuss ‘irregularities’ today
The resolution was introduced by Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao in the Assembly on Friday and was unanimously approved by the House
SC directs Delhi governement to come up with plan to help disadvantaged children with online classes
The Court said that the Centre and Delhi should work together to find out a solution to ensure that education is not denied due to lack of resources.
The report also stated that ground-level implementation of tobacco control is lacking in these states, and needs to be improved.
Going by data available so far, doctors say this could be useful in treating Covid patients in early stages, as the company reported a 50% drop in hospitalisation and death.