By Subhash K Jha
MUMBAI: Finally after years of abstinence from what he was born to do, Ramesh Sippy is all set to return to direction with a thriller which will reportedly have the Big B
TORONTO: Imagine sarees being exported from Canada to India!
Yes, this is true and it happened in the 1980s and 90s when Sonu Saree Palace of Gerrard Street used to export polyester sarees to India – the mother country of sarees.
“We were the first shop to introduce quality polyester sarees in Canada,
TORONTO: Politicians and religious leaders from other faiths joined hundreds of Sikhs at Nathan Phillips Square in downtown Toronto to pay homage to the seven victims of the shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin last Sunday.
Before speeches by leaders and candlelight vigil amid heavy drizzle on Saturday night,
By Gurmukh Singh
MISSISSAUGA: Promoting MoneyGram, the global money transfer giant, in the Greater Toronto Area, cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar says the Indian Premier League is a very good thing to happen to cricket.
Taking volleys of questions from his adoring fans here Tuesday at a MoneyGram dinner, Gavaskar said the IPL has created cricket
Narendra Modi is a very competent, efficient, honest and effective leader and a chief minister. The way he handled the Gujarat riots of 2002, no other chief minister in India could have handled them.
The riots of Gujarat were unique. In no other state have riots taken place in the whole state at the same time within hours of the incident which triggered the violence.
By Subhash K Jha
MUMBAI: “I am lonely,” Mumtaz, the heartthrob of millions in the 1960s and 70s, tells Subhash K Jha from London as she turned 65 on July 31.
Q: 65 years of a celebrated life. How do you look back?
A: No complaints. Life can’t be a bed of roses. My first 26 years was a time of hard work. I was an obedient child to my parents. Whatever I earned I gave to my parents. Never asked them where my money went. After I got married my husband has given me lots of comforts . I enjoy the life of affluence. But I am a bit lonely.
Q: Why are you lonely?
A: My husband is traveling constantly. My elder daughter is married to Fardeen Khan and lives in Mumbai