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  • The Citizen Journalist Show 4 days ago

    Junior CJs from World Vision India get us stories that matter to them and to other children across the country. @meghamamgain, @tweetyvandy , @akanshapradeep, @runjhunsharmas, @ShylajaVarma Video Editor: Narendra Kumar ...
  • Videos and Pictures 4 days ago

    You too can become a Citizen Journalist. Just click a picture or make a video of things that matter to you and tweet it to us @ibncj ...
  • Have you seen MS Dhoni's daughter's first official picture yet? 5 days ago

    It's finally out! The first picture of MS Dhoni's little daughter Ziva was shared on Facebook by the proud father himself. The picture has the captain of the Indian cricket team proudly holding his little one and his wife Sakshi Dhoni is seen standing next to him. Ziva, Dhoni's daughter...
  • Awww! Proud dad Justin Timberlake shares son's photo on Instagram 5 days ago

    Los Angeles: Pop star Justin Timberlake has shared for the first time a picture of his newborn son Silas Randall. The Instagram photo shows Justin's wife Jessica Biel holding Silas in her arms, said The Hollywood Reporter. Silas represents his father's hometown by wearing a Memphis Grizzlies shirt in the photo. "The...
  • Stop Thinking, Start Acting April 15, 2015

    The first step towards making a change. Citizen Journalist Team helps you take the first step. ...
  • Your Videos and Pictures on the CJ Show April 13, 2015

    Citizens across the country sent us videos and pictures of the issues that matter to them. ...
  • Vin Diesel: 'Furious 7' will win Best Picture March 25, 2015

    Los Angeles: Actor Vin Diesel, who is gearing up for his highly anticipated action thriller 'Furious 7', believes the tribute to the late Paul Walker should win the Best Picture award at next year's Oscars. "Universal is going to have the biggest movie in history with this movie. It will probably...
  • ISRO releases fresh pictures of Mars as MOM completes 6 months March 24, 2015

    Mars Orbiter Mission or Mangalyaan, the country's first inter-planetary expedition, on Tuesday completed six months in the red planet's orbit. It is expected to live beyond its shelf life of six months, the Indian Space Research Organisation said as it attributed a 37-kg reserved propellant to the increased life-span. The...
  • Layout: Instagram's new app for photo collages March 24, 2015

    New York: Instagram's latest stand-alone app, released Monday, lets users combine multiple photos and post them as a single image. Called Layout, it is the second app that Facebook-owned Instagram has released. Last August, it came out with Hyperlapse, which lets users create time-lapse videos to share on Instagram. Layout lets users...
  • Angry Birds maker Rovio bets hope on animated movie project as revenue falls March 19, 2015

    Helsinki: Finnish mobile games maker Rovio pinned its hopes on Thursday on a costly 3D movie project helping it return to growth, after a 73 per cent profit drop gave the latest sign its mainstay Angry Birds brand is losing appeal. A decline in its business licensing the Angry Birds brand...
  • It's official: 'Frozen' is getting a sequel March 14, 2015

    Los Angeles: Animated film 'Frozen' will get a sequel, says Disney. Disney announced Thursday that they are making a 'Frozen' sequel. The announcement was made at a Disney meeting, where the company's chief Bob Iger showed attendees the new "Frozen Fever" short film and confirmed that the hit's co-directors Jennifer Lee...
  • Tim Burton to direct Disney's live-action film 'Dumbo' March 11, 2015

    Los Angeles: 'Big Eyes' helmer Tim Burton has been tapped to direct Disney's upcoming live-action film "Dumbo". It is based on Disney's 1941 animated film of the same name, which was about the tale of a baby circus elephant, who is made fun of for his large ears and nicknamed Dumbo,...
  • Marilyn Monroe's final photo-shoot images to be auctioned March 7, 2015

    London: Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe's final photo-shoot snaps are set to go under hammer in Texas next week. Prints of photos taken by Bert Stern for Vogue are available to bid on in the auction by Heritage Auctions Texas, which opens on March 10, reported the Daily Telegraph. Stern, who died in...
  • Oscars 2015: Have a huge bias for 'Birdman', want it to win 'Best Picture' award, says Neha Dhupia February 23, 2015

    If the predictions are anything to go by, two films 'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' will illustrate Hollywood's starriest night of the year. Even though eight films nominated for the Best Picture also includes 'American Sniper', 'The Imitation Game', 'Selma', 'Theory of Everything', 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' and 'Whiplash', the battle between...
  • Film's 'Fifty Shades' of kinky sex stoke domestic abuse debate February 12, 2015

    Reuters: A U.S. grassroots movement is urging people to send $50 to women's shelters rather than see "Fifty Shades of Grey," while a Midwest child protection league argues the film blurs the lines of what is healthy or harmful in sex. With its whips and chains and a sexual relationship based...
  • Sony Pictures and Marvel Studies to partner on Spider-Man movie February 10, 2015

    Los Angeles: Sony Pictures and Marvel Studies have reached a deal to partner on the next installment of the $4 billion Spider-Man franchise, uniting the web-slinging superhero with Marvel's comic book universe. Kevin Feige, president of Walt Disney Co's Marvel Studios, will co-produce the next film set for July 2017 release...
  • Justin Bieber threatens to sue over new Calvin Klein pictures January 11, 2015

    Los Angeles: Pop sensation Justin Bieber is fuming over supposedly unairbrushed images from his Calvin Klein shoot which show him with fewer muscles and a smaller bulge. The 20-year-old singer threatens to take legal action if the pictures are not taken down and apology is not issued, reported Ace Showbiz....
  • Sarah Palin photos of son stepping on dog trigger online outrage January 4, 2015

    Facebook photos posted by Sarah Palin showing her son Trig using the family dog as a step stool unleashed online fury on Friday reminiscent of the public reaction to the disclosure that Mitt Romney had once driven with his dog strapped on the car's roof. Trig, 6, who has Down Syndrome,...
  • US slaps more sanctions on North Korea after Sony hack January 3, 2015

    Honolulu/Washington: North Korea was hit with more sanctions on Friday designed to impede access to the US financial system in the wake of a cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, which the Obama Administration has said was supported by the reclusive country. The US government named three entities, including North Korea's military...
  • How the earnings from 'The Interview's' online release could change the game December 30, 2014

    Los Angeles: Sony appears to have a win-win with "The Interview." Not only did the studio score a moral victory by releasing the film in the face of hacker threats, the movie made at least $15 million from more than 2 million digital rentals and purchases in its first four...
  • Apple makes 'The Interview' movie available on iTunes December 29, 2014

    San Francisco: Apple said its iTunes store is now carrying Sony's "The Interview", the film that angered North Korea and triggered a cyberattack against the studio. "We're pleased to offer 'The Interview' for rental or purchase on the iTunes Store," Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr said in a statement. The movie, steeped in...
  • Sony film mess reflects gadgets-entertainment gap December 26, 2014

    Tokyo: Sony's iconic gadgetry and the star appeal of Hollywood may have appeared to be a perfect match when the electronics giant bought Columbia Pictures in 1989. A quarter century later, it's apparent that Sony has not attained the magic synergy it was hoping for. The stolid silence of Sony's Tokyo...
  • 'The Interview' is a test for a new kind of movie release December 26, 2014

    Atlanta: Sony's The Interview has been a hacking target, a punchline and a political lightning rod. Now, with its release online at the same time it debuts in theatres, it has a new role: a test for a new kind of movie release. The Interview stars Seth Rogen and James Franco...
  • Who hacked Sony becomes Internet's new mystery December 25, 2014

    Los Angeles: Everyone has a theory about who really hacked Sony Pictures Entertainment. Despite President Barack Obama's conclusion that North Korea was the culprit, the Internet's newest game of whodunit continues. Top theories include disgruntled Sony insiders, hired hackers, other foreign governments or Internet hooligans. Even some experts are undecided, with...
  • Sony Pictures Entertainment to release 'The Interview' on Christmas December 24, 2014

    Sony Pictures Entertainment will release 'The Interview' at limited number of theaters on Christmas Day after the White House welcome the decision. So far over 200 independently-owned theaters have agreed to show the film. Sources say the number could go up to 300. ...
  • Internet outage seen in North Korea amid US hacking dispute December 23, 2014

    Washington: North Korea, at the center of a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of Sony pictures, itself experienced Internet outages on Monday, a US company that monitors Internet infrastructure said. New Hampshire-based Dyn Research said the reason for the disruptions was not known but could range from technological...
  • CEO Sony Pictures Lynton expresses disappointment on President Obama's comments December 22, 2014

    US President Barack Obama spoke out on the controversy surrounding the alleged hacking attack on Sony Pictures over the film 'The Interview' which is about a fictional assassination attempt on North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un. ...
  • Why the Sony hack isn't big news in Japan December 22, 2014

    Japan's biggest newspaper, Yomiuri Shimbun, featured a story about Sony Corp. on its website. It wasn't about hacking. It was about the company's struggling tablet business. Over at newswire Kyodo News, just after the FBI formally blamed North Korea for the cyberattack, mega pop group AKB48 topped headlines online instead. While American...
  • Sony Pictures CEO Michael Lynton says had no choice but to pull 'The Interview' December 21, 2014

    Los Angeles: Describing the lonely work of leading a company through a devastating cyberattack, Sony Pictures Entertainment chief executive Michael Lynton on Friday said the Hollywood studio did not make a mistake in pulling satirical film "The Interview." Lynton, speaking in a lengthy interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria, was responding to...