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Veteran Journalist Rajendra Srivastava passes away

Hindi journalist Rajendra Srivastava of the United News of India Hindi wing Univarta died here today after a brief illness. He was 72. Mr Srivastava had started his career in the year 1965 with Sarita Magazine and worked with Samachar Bharti, Samachar and Univarta besides writing a number of columns in Hindi newspapers and magazines. After a sudden illness, he was admitted at a...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

SBI wins prize for best in-house magazine in Hindi

marketssaid that it was awarded the First Prize for the best in-house magazine in Hindi in ‘B’ Region for its ‘Prayas’ magazine.BV Chaubal, DMD & CDO received the award from President of India Pranab Mukherjee in the presence of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs R.P.N. Singh, at an exclusive award function held at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi on the occasion of Hindi Diwas on 14 th September 20...
Source : Indiainfoline |
Category : Business

CM releases story book

Virbhadra Singh released a story book titled Himachal Pradesh Ki Lokdharmi Hindi Kahaniyan edited by renowned writer and editor of Setu magazine, Dr Devender Gupta here today. Complimenting the efforts of Dr Gupta, the Chief Minister said such publications help in strengthening the Hindi language and Literature. He said Hindi literature was known for its versatility and there were only a...
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Noted Hindi author Rajendra Yadav dead at 84

Renowned Hindi writer Rajendra Yadav passed away in the National capital last night following a prolonged illness. He was 84. Yadav, a fiction writer and former editor of Hans magazine, is survived by his wife Mannu Bhandari, who is also a Hindi writer, and daughter Rachna. Born on August 28, 1929, Yadav was a pioneer of Hindi literary movement known as Nayi Kahani, along with Mohan ...
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Nargis: I want to tell my kids that I was a Bollywood actress

am learning Hindi. I cannot speak in Hindi, as everyone speaks in English to me. Even my maid speaks in English to me.''I struggle with finding time and handling my work. You may not have seen me in many films, but there are so many magazine shoots, runway stuff and ad campaigns.'Nargis talks about how she is struggling to speak Hindi and finding her feet in Bollywood, and the fun time she had shooting...
Source : Rediff |
Category : Entertainment

Tehelka magazine faces uncertain future

Tarun Tejpal founded Tehelka, a feisty magazine reputed for its investigative journalismSince its inception as a web magazine in 2000 and in its current form as a news weekly, Tehelka has broken some of India's biggest stories. But with its founder-editor Tarun Tejpal battling allegations of sexually assaulting a female colleague, the magazine's future looks uncertain, writes BBC Hindi's Vineet Khare."I...
Source : BBC |
Category : International

Rural police revive 'Sakhi' scheme at girls' schools

Senior officials of rural police have revived their student friendly 'Sakhi' scheme and resumed visits to girls' school and women colleges in the district asking students to use the 'complaint box' at their institute to let cops know their grievances.Rural police had last year launched 'Sakhi', meaning friend in Marathi, with the aim of offering security to young girls from perverts. Complaint boxes...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Nagpur

Devta (1998) : Song Lyrics

Hamko Bata Sakhi Itni BaatLyrics of Song - Hamko Bata Sakhi Itni Baat from the movie - Devta (1998), Singer: Jaspinder Narula, Udit Narayan | Music Director: Dilip Sen, Sameer Sen | Lyricist: Chunri Bana MujheLyrics of Song - Chunri Bana Mujhe from the movie - Devta (1998), Singer: Jaspinder Narula, Udit Narayan | Music Director: Dilip Sen, Sameer Sen | Lyricist: Ek Toota Tara HuLyrics of Song - Ek...
Source : Glamsham |
Category : Music

'India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English'

Atlanta."India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer than English readers in India,"JAIPUR: India may dream in Hindi but aspires to write in English, is the argument presented by"India may dream in Hindi, sleep in Hindi, but it aspires to read in English. The population of Hindi readers is much fewer thanShe was participating...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : Business

Sonia Gandhi condoles writer Rajendra Yadav's death

Congress chief Sonia Gandhi Wednesday condoled the death of Hindi author Rajendra Yadav, describing him as one of the towering figures of modern progressive Hindi literature.She noted his role in resurrecting and re-establishing the 'Hans' magazine, originally started by Munshi Premchand....
Source : Headlinesindia |
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