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The film was downloaded 2.59 million times worldwide on torrent networks in five days, according to a report by piracy-tracking firm Excipio in Variety.
Cops register FIR in Rahul death case  (19 April 01:31 am) 
After much struggle, city police lodged FIR under murder charges against unidentified school boys in the Rahul Sridhar death case at Gautampalli police station on Saturday. The family waited for three
Over 100 customers of HCBL Corporative Bank Ltd thronged the two branches of the bank, demanding their money back. The protest followed reports of Reserve Bank India issuing prohibitory orders to the
Live Green in Lucknow: A TOI campaign  (19 April 01:31 am) 
Ever wondered why there are no sparrows around you anymore? Why do you see more concrete and steel and less green as you drive around the city? Why the Gomti looks so dirty? Why do you find city air a
After pleasant weather conditions for a week following rains, hot conditions are now gradually intensifying in the city and mercury may touch 40 degrees celsius in next 3-4 days.
The GSHSEB has said that the schools that want to apply for increase in class strength will have to do so before May 20.
The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has launched a movement for eradication of untouchability.The initiative called, 'Indian Social Integration', was launched at Somnath.
Gujarat government has given a new chargesheet to retired IPS officer Kuldeep Sharma accusing him of alleged irregularity of not submitting unused grants in time when he was managing director (MD),
Murmu relieved from CMO  (19 April 01:15 am) 
The state government on Saturday relieved principal secretary to chief minister Girish Chandra Murmu on Saturday.Murmu has been appointed as the joint secretary, Government of India, Department of
At least 13 principals representing the Gujarat University Principal's Association have registered protest against university's decision of appointing teachers as coordinators for the on-going
Hare Krishna festival from Saturday  (19 April 01:15 am) 
Hare Krishna Movement, Ahmedabad, is celebrating Praanpratishtha Mahotsav of Sri Radha Krishna at Hare Krishna Mandir, Bhadaj.
Now, Kutch has two identified breeds native to the region - the first being Banni buffalo that got the honours four years ago.
In a rare case, a Gujarati medium student from Ahmedabad has made it to the admission list of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A).
The forest department will be using, apart from human eyes, electronic surveillance for the lion census which will kick off from May 2.
Gujarat high court has initiated contempt of court proceedings against a city-based advocate, Vinod Brahmbhatt, for levelling false and frivolous allegations against a judge.
A suicide bomber in Afghanistan's eastern city of Jalalabad killed 33 people and injured more than 100 on Saturday, setting off a blast outside a bank where government workers collect salaries, the
Anger flared up against the fragile coalition government in Jammu & Kashmir on Saturday as a 15-year-old boy was killed when police fired on pro-azadi protesters at Magam in Budgam district.
Anger flared up against the fragile coalition government in Jammu & Kashmir on Saturday as a 15-year-old boy was killed when police fired on pro-azadi protesters at Magam in Budgam district.
The party peeps turned out in hoards to support their favourite team.
The launch of a new art space in Mumbai, the Gallery Odyssey at One Indiabulls Center, Lower Parel, will be kickstarted with a solo show by internationally-acclaimed artist, Lorenzo Quinn.
How often does one get to see filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt in an opening scene of a play or, for that matter, 80 artistes taking a bow before the curtains fall?
The security contractor arrested for hitting a parking attendant at Ruby Hall Clinic with the butt of a revolver escaped from the custody of the Mangaldas police chowkey on Friday evening
The Pune Metropolitan Development Authority (PMRDA) will start functioning from May 1 and take control of state land, building permissions and implementation of the regional plan
The BMC on Saturday received 22,322 suggestion and objection letters from people hailing from the informal sector — those living in slums, koliwadas, gaothans and adivasi padas or working as hawkers
Health activists are upset with the draft Development Plan 2014-2034 for its cursory approach to health issues.