‘Ill-informed & Insensitive’: India Slams Malaysia over PM Mahathir’s Criticism of Citizenship Act

The Charge d’Affairs of Malaysian embassy was summoned to the External Affairs Ministry and he was conveyed India’s anguish over Mohamad’s comments. PTI Updated:December 21, 2019, 5:01 PM IST File photo of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar. New Delhi: India on Saturday lodged a strong protest with Malaysia over its Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s criticism…

Law-defying ‘Outsiders’ Forced Cops to Use Baton & Tear Gas, Say UP Police; Insists it Did Not Fire at Protesters

Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh Police chief on Saturday maintained that police did not open fire during the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, suggesting that those who died were caught in cross-firing between protesters. At least 11 people, including an 8-year-old boy, died as protests against the contentious law in the state turned violent on…

‘When Sr Bachchan Angrily Asked…’: The Man Who Gave ‘Bollywood’ its Name Shares How Indian Media Became a Brand

Mumbai: From Bollywood veterans, media experts, to senior corporates of media and entertainment companies — many turned up at Mehboob Studio, on Friday evening to celebrate the launch of lyricist, writer and filmmaker Amit Khanna’s encyclopaedic novel — ‘WORDS SOUNDS IMAGES A History of Media and Entertainment In India’. Bollywood had rarely shown such enthusiasm…

Primetime 2007 – Fox’s Lineup

Okay-Ville – Set in New Orleans two years after typhoon Katrina, Okay-Ville is produced by way of Jonathan Lisco, and makes a speciality of the valiant police who stood at their posts throughout and after typhoon. Doing their highest to deal with order amid the chaos that also reigns. Okay-Ville stars Anthony Anderson, Cole Hauser,…