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  • Malayalam film actor NL Balakrishnan passes away

    Malayalam film actor NL Balakrishnan passes away

    Dhaivethinte Swanthem Cleetus' starring Mammootty, which was released last year, was Balakrishnan's last film.

  • Rahul Bhat: 'Ugly' is a classic, it's a bit dark but has a gripping story

    Rahul Bhat: 'Ugly' is a classic, it's a bit dark but has a gripping story

    Rahul Bhat, who will be seen on the big screen with 'Ugly', says thanks to young, creative directors and new stories, these are great times for actors in the country.

  • Sony film mess reflects gadgets-entertainment gap

    Sony film mess reflects gadgets-entertainment gap

    'The Interview' controversy underscores the longstanding divide between the Sony Corp. and Sony Pictures Entertainment.

  • Ferrari Testarossa driven in the hit 1980s series 'Miami Vice' available on eBay for $1.75 million

    Ferrari Testarossa driven in the hit 1980s series 'Miami Vice' available on eBay for $1.75 million

    The vehicle has done 16,000 miles (25,750 km) and has the built-in Motorola phone used in the show.

  • K Balachander discovered me for Hindi cinema: Rati Agnihotri

    K Balachander discovered me for Hindi cinema: Rati Agnihotri

    The actress says she was lucky to have had him as the director of her first Hindi movie, 'Ek Duuje Ke Liye', which released in 1981.

  • Tech in 2014: The first-of-its-kind products launched this year

    Tech in 2014: The first-of-its-kind products launched this year

    Apple has been competing in the smartphone market for the last 7 years, but it was only this that the company brought to the market its big-screen phones.

  • Ban on sale of OnePlus One handsets in India lifted by Delhi HC

    Ban on sale of OnePlus One handsets in India lifted by Delhi HC

    The Delhi High Court asked its single judge who had passed the earlier order, to hear it afresh two weeks from now.

  • Google, Microsoft stand with Sony against hackers

    Google, Microsoft stand with Sony against hackers

    Google, Microsoft have joined forces with Sony, using their online might to release "The Interview" to online audiences despite threats from hackers.

  • Jared Leto to sport a new look in 2015

    Jared Leto to sport a new look in 2015

    The 'Dallas Buyers Club' actor Jared Leto, who has maintained long locks, may go for a haircut in the New Year. And it's presumably, in preparation for his role in 'Suicide Squad'.

  • Surveen Chawla: I am certain that 'Ugly' will grow through word-of-mouth

    Surveen Chawla: I am certain that 'Ugly' will grow through word-of-mouth

    Surveen Chawla, who plays a C-grade item girl in 'Ugly', hopes the movie finds a strong audience through a positive word of mouth.

  • No rest in EPL as hectic festive period looms

    No rest in EPL as hectic festive period looms

    Clubs in the EPL begin a traditionally frenzied spell of fixtures that excites fans, exhausts players, tests managers, and potentially defines campaigns.

  • Sunil Gavaskar defends MS Dhoni on 'unrest' remark

    Sunil Gavaskar defends MS Dhoni on 'unrest' remark

    Gavaskar defended Dhoni for his "unrest" comment that got the media talking about a rift within the Indian cricket team in Australia.

  • Yearender: Jitu Rai rises in all directions as shooters continue to impress

    Yearender: Jitu Rai rises in all directions as shooters continue to impress

    Rai truly lived upto the sobriquet with a stunning display, leaving the other big guns gazing at the dizzy heights he touched in his annus mirabilis.

  • Yearender: What a difference a year makes for Rory McIlroy

    Yearender: What a difference a year makes for Rory McIlroy

    McIlroy will look back at 2014 as the year he became a true golfing great, registering back-to-back major victories in the British Open and US PGA Championship.

  • Yearender: Terrific 2014 for Sania Mirza but struggle for others

    Yearender: Terrific 2014 for Sania Mirza but struggle for others

    Sania grew further in stature as she became the first Indian to win the season-ending finale, a feat which has eluded even old war-horse Leander Paes.

  • Indian squash scaled unprecedented heights in 2014

    Indian squash scaled unprecedented heights in 2014

    While the big three -- Dipika Pallikal, Joshana Chinappa and Saurav Ghosal -- were always expected to do the bulk of the job, it was pleasing to see Harinder Pal Sandhu emerge from their shadows.

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