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Himansh Kohli, Pia team up for music video

MUMBAI:  Actors Himansh Kohli and Pia Bajpiee will feature in the video of an upcoming single titled "Tera shehar".

Women have lesser lines in duets in films: Neeti Mohan

MUMBAI:  Playback singer Neeti Mohan says she has observed that a woman gets fewer lines in a duet track for a film, but personally she emphasizes on the importance of a song rather than the length of her part.

Hockey Chandigarh Celebrates International Olympic Day

CHANDIGARH: Cabinet Minister Punjab Mr. OP Soni said that in human history Olympic games played great roll for world peace and coopration. He was addressing the gathering at sector 42 hockey Stadium after inagurating function to commemorate the birth of the Modern Olympic Games on 23 June 1894.

Apple iOS 13: Siri to soon talk in desi English accent

NEW DELHI: As Apple iOS 13 is set to reach India this fall, the new operating system on iPhones is loaded with India-specific features like desi English accent for virtual assistant Siri that would now speak to you in a more natural and expressive way -- in both male and female voices.

Poland's most beautiful and must visit places

If you’re after rich culture, delicious and unique cuisine, a beer that can hold its own against nearly any in the world, the architecture you can lose yourself in immaculate outdoor opportunities do not waste another second overlooking Poland. The central European nation has an impressive selection of fantastic places any traveller would be happy to discover.

Google accused of unlawfully copying song lyrics

SAN FRANCISCO:  Genius Media, a US-based digital media company that specialises in song lyrics, has accused Google of copying their work to display in its Search results for years without permission and has asked the search-engine giant to address the situation.

'The Sky...' was hardest, loveliest experience: Priyanka

MUMBAI: Actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas, who has wrapped up shooting "The Sky Is Pink", says the upcoming film was the "hardest and loveliest" experience for her.

No horror films for Katrina Kaif

MUMBAI:  Actress Katrina Kaif gets scared easily, and that's why she likes to stay away from horror films.

Microsoft wipes huge facial-recognition database

SAN FRANCISCO: Tech giant Microsoft has reportedly pulled a massive facial recognition database containing more than 10 million images of roughly 100,000 people from the Internet, however traces of the data trove remain online, the media reported.

Big Bollywood banners make a beeline for new music artistes

NEW DELHI: "Bekhayali" from Shahid Kapoor-starrer "Kabir Singh" arrived on May 24 and became an instant hit. Though its version by the "omnipresent" Bollywood singer Arijit Singh is melting hearts, it was Sachet Tandon's fresh voice that proved to be magical for the heart-wrenching number sung by the new talent. There are more new singers and composers who have joined the "hit list" club, and Bollywood's big banners are welcoming them with open arms.

Obamas team up with Spotify to lend voices for podcasts

SAN FRANCISCO: Former US President and First Lady Barack Obama and Michelle Obama have teamed their production company Higher Ground with music streaming giant Spotify to produce and distribute exclusive podcasts in their own voices for Spotify users across the globe.

Non-film music close to my heart: Sukriti Kakar

MUMBAI: Singer Sukriti Kakar, who has sung for Bollywood movies like "Kapoor & Sons" and "Dil Dhadakne Do", has entered the "exciting journey of pop music" and says non-film music has been extremely close to her heart.

Singer-actress Ruma Guha Thakurta dead

KOLKATA:  Celebrated Bengali singer-actress Ruma Guha Thakurta died at her residence here on Monday following old age related problems, family sources said. She was 84.

Writer Swanand Kirkire says youth awareness vital for change

MUMBAI: National Award-winning lyricist Swanand Kirkire, who has penned the song "Hawa aane de", which talks about the perils of air pollution, says the young generation should be made aware of these issues in schools.

My endgoal is to be better actor: Mithila Palkar

NEW DELHI:  There's an intrinsic verve that Mithila Palkar brings alive with 'little things' she does when she faces the camera. The actress, who will soon be seen in "Chopsticks", says she is focussed on being a better artiste everyday, rather than chasing the stardom that entices many into the world of showbiz.

'Game Over' is very special: Taapsee Pannu

MUMBAI:  Actress Taapsee Pannu says her upcoming multi-lingual thriller "Game Over" is a very special film as it hasn't been shot in region specific way.

Aastha Gill's new song captures World Cup fever

MUMBAI:  Singer Aastha Gill has come up with a TikTok World Cup anthem, "Jeetega saara India", a fun and energetic song that resonates with Indias spirit for the worlds biggest cricket tournament, which will begin on May 30.

Mahati Music Academy students enthrall audience

FISHERS: Students from Carmel, Fishers and Zionsville participating in the Mahati Music Academy 2019 Annual Recital in Fishers, Indiana, enthralled the spectators with their pleasing performance on Sunday. Mrs Layla Spanenberg, Dr Sumeeta Bhatia and Mr Shiva Iyer were the guests and they performed the Lamp Lighting ceremony.

Dalit groom prevented from entering temple

A Dalit groom and his relatives were allegedly stopped by upper caste men from entering a temple which he visited just before his wedding to seek divine blessings.

LPU Students won at 9th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival-2019 Awards

JALANDHAR:  Celebrating excellence in cinema, India’s most prestigious annual 9th Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival-2019 recognized the enlightening, entertaining & progressive cinematic-works of Lovely Professional University. LPU students have been honored for their excellence in the Special Festival Mention category. LPU students’ short film ‘Mantle’, ‘Ittar’ and animation short film ‘Nostalgia’ is adjudged excellent over all other entries from across India and 50 other countries, in the students’ category. Fest’s Chief Advisor Dr DC Singh and Festival Director Mr Rambhul Singh awarded LPU students with trophies and certificates.


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