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Monthly Archives: March 2009

Tata group prepares for three new stars

They have been among the most important faces in the Tata group for quite some time. But just seven months from now, all of them will make way for successors at the group’s top three companies – Tata Motors, Tata ... Read More »

John Abraham teams up with Anurag Kashyap

After box office dud No Smoking, director Anurag Kashyap and John Abraham had nonetheless vowed to work together again come what may. And they are now back together for a thriller titled Bombay Velvet. “John is the lead in my ... Read More »

Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor set to rock together

The on-screen chemistry between Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar is being touted as one of the highlights of the action comedy Kambakkht Ishq. Akshay plays a Hollywood stuntman, while Kareena features as a model in the film. “The two look ... Read More »

SBI’s deposits growth defies slowdown

SBI has been performing ‘well’ despite the global slowdown and has recorded Rs 1,000 crore deposit everyday in October-November period of the current fiscal, its Chairman O P Bhatt said on Saturday. SBI was in fact growing at a faster ... Read More »

Lalu Prasad files nomination for Saran seat

Railway Minister Lalu Prasad on Saturday filed his nomination papers for the newly formed Saran Lok Sabha seat. Lalu had emerged victorious from the constituency, known as Chapra prior to delimitation, in 1977, 1989 and 2004. Accompanied by Union Minister ... Read More »

Bollywood beauty Aishwarya refuses to become Barbie

Bollywood beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has declined to be immortalised as a Barbie doll due to her professional commitments. It was earlier reported that representatives of the 35-year-old actress were in negotiations with Barbie’s manufacturer Mattel, who planned to give ... Read More »

Watch Deepa Mehta’s Videsh for Preity Zinta

Ever known that blood-curdling sensation when you stand up for the so-called victim, unleashing a diatribe of verbal gunfire against the apparent offender, only to have the object of your blind support curtly nudging you, ‘You’re over reacting.’ Deepa Mehta’s ... Read More »