Monday Apr 14
Hema Malini copes with dust, din to charm Mathura
Mathura, April 14 - BJP candidate Hema Malini, who was dubbed the 'dream girl' of Bollywood in the sixties and who was initially reluctant to step out of the airconditioned comforts of her sedan during campaigning for the Mathura Lok Sabha seat, now pumps water from a handpump and clutches a sickle as she fends of a tough fight from RLD's Jayant ... (more)
Hema Malini campaigns in Mathura
Huge crowds Thursday lined up along the roads in this Uttar Pradesh town as Bollywood actor-turned-politician Hema Malini, who is the BJP candidate for the Lok Sabha polls, asked people to vote for her.
Troubled Relationship: US Ambassador To India Nancy Powell Resigns
Following the shaky US-India relations caused by Devyani Khobragade , Nancy Powell , US ambassador to India produced her resignation .
Golden seat for Vrindavan temple's deity costs Rs 5.5 Cr
MATHURA: A golden seat, estimated to cost a whopping Rs 5.5 crore, will be built for the principal deity of famous Bankey Behari temple Vrindavan here, a move that has rankled some of the temple committee members.
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Escort police jeeps announce arrival of - Dreamgirl' with blaring sirens, as crowds gape.
As the cavalcade rushes through the congested lanes of Mathura, it is difficult to miss the gleaming black Audi among the other accompanying luxury cars - decked with bright orange and yellow marigolds.
No Big Retailers: India's BJP To Welcome Direct Foreign Defense Investment
No Walmart or Tesco would be able to make its way into India. The nation is awaiting the general elections that start on April 7. If Modi government rises up in India- India's BJP is all set to welcome direct foreign defense investment .
Have old association with Mathura, says Hema Malini - Indiatalkies.com
New Delhi, March 22: Bollywood actress Hema Malini, who is making her maiden foray in the Lok Sabha elections as a BJP candidate from Mathura, Saturday said her association with the holy land of Lord Krishna is almost two decades old.
The disappearing tribe of India's letter writers
For centuries, professional letter writers have helped millions of illiterate Indians but many have long disappeared from the cities - but not in Delhi, where one man claims to be the last letter writer left in the country's capital.