| Posts created by Rumita Patel

  • Big B – Role in 1984 riots,witness alleges

    Amritsar, Dec 16 (): Amitabh Bachchan’s alleged involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots found another eyewitness in Amritsar on Thursday. A ‘witness’ came forward to allege that Big B did instigate the rioters in 1984, the Times of India reported. California-based 52-year-old Manjit Singh Saini accounts that  he was present in front of All India…

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  • Aishwarya Rai to take a long break to be with Beti B

    Mumbai, Dec 16 (): Reportedly, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has taken a long break from work, as she wants to give her precious time to her daughter Beti B. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who delivered a beautiful baby girl on November 16, 2011, will not make a comeback before at least one year, it seems.  She has…

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  • Aakash tablet now available online for Rs 2500

    New Delhi, Dec 16 (): DataWind, the Canadian company that is manufacturing Aakash, the world’s cheapest tablet, finally has started the online booking and pre-booking of the much anticipated low cost Android tablet. Online booking is for students’ version of the tablet and pre-booking is for UbiSlate 7, the upgraded version of Aakash. Aakash tablet…

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  • Victoria’s Secret used cotton grown by abused kids

    New York, Dec 16 (ANI): Victoria Secret was using fibre picked from farms that relied on abused child labourers, a shocking new report has claimed. “Good for women. Good for the children who depend on them” was the tagline that the lingerie giant had used to market a special undergarments line in 2008 that the…

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  • India commemorates 40th anniversary of Bangladesh war victory

    New Delhi, Dec 16 (ANI): India on Friday paid tribute to its martyred soldiers, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of its victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war that resulted in the liberation of East Pakistan now called Bangladesh. December 16 is celebrated as ‘Vijay Divas’ across India. Defence Minister AK Antony, who…

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  • NRI lawyer battles to stop financial aid to Pakistan

    London, Dec 15 (): A British lawyer of Indian origin is on a legal battle to get justice for an Indian Army officer who was tortured by Pakistani troops for days, before his mutilated body was handed back. Lawyer, Jas Uppal has launched an international campaign to bring out the troubles of Captain Saurabh Kalia,…

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