The Wall

  • Jonah Hill defends 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' January 6, 2014

    Los Angeles: Actor Jonah Hill has defended his latest film 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' which features drug addiction, infidelity and crime, claiming immoral behaviour has a 'bad ending'. In Martin Scorsese's latest film, the 30-year-old actor plays Donnie Azoff - who works with stockbroker Jordan Belfort played by...
  • Now Showing: Masand reviews Sholay 3D, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Mr Joe B Carvalho January 9, 2014

    CNN-IBN Entertainment Editor Rajeev Masand reviews 'Sholay' 3D, 'The Wolf of Wall Street', 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty' and 'Mr Joe B Carvalho'. He also talks to Leonardo DiCaprio about his film 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. ...
  • Boss' firstborn may affect your salary: study January 7, 2013

    Washington: Your salary may rise or shrink depending on your male boss' firstborn, according to a new study which found that employees can expect a hike if the child is a daughter but salaries may decrease if it is a son. The gender of a male CEO's child is significantly linked...
  • Bollywood helps fight depression: Julian Polsler October 28, 2012

    New Delhi: Austrian filmmaker Julian Polsler’s new film ‘The Wall’ (Die Wand) features a woman who one day finds her movements restricted due to some invisible walls. She is completely cut off from the real world now and is facing the challenge of surviving in an alien environment. Julian’s psychological...
  • Rahul Dravid - Timeless Steel, an apt ode to the legend July 28, 2012

    When Rahul Dravid announced his retirement from the international cricket arena, for days there was a flurry of writings, interviews and pictures, all giving an ode to the cricketer, who has retired as a 'great' and the man who remains to be as gentle and balanced as ever. The book...
  • New York Times gets its first woman editor June 3, 2011

    New York: Former investigative reporter Jill Abramson will become the first female executive editor in the nearly 160-year history of The New York Times in September, the newspaper announced on Thursday. Abramson, 57, is to succeed Bill Keller, who will continue to write for the daily as a columnist. The Times' Washington...
  • Infosys most admired Indian company: WSJ survey August 14, 2009

    New York: IT bellwether Infosys Technologies has been adjudged as most admired Indian company, ahead of Tata Consultancy Services and Bharti Airtel, says a survey. Infosys has topped the list of 10 most admired Indian companies and is followed by IT major TCS at the second position, according to the...
  • Chinese film bags top honour at IFFI in Goa December 3, 2007

    Panaji: It’s Chinese film The Wall that finally walked away with the top honour at the 38th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) held in Goa. Directed by Lin Chih Ju, the film won the Golden Peacock Award for the best film on Monday. Bangladeshi filmmaker Golam Biplab won the Silver...