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'British India' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Partition: 1947 Trailer - Huma Qureshi's Romantic Struggle Before India's Tryst With Destiny

    <i>Partition: 1947</i> Trailer - Huma Qureshi's Romantic Struggle Before India's Tryst With Destiny

    The trailer of Huma Qureshi's movie Partition: 1947 was unveiled by the makers of the film today. The two-and-a-half minute trailer shows how Lord Mountbatten (played by Hugh Bonneville), the last Viceroy of India, has to oversee the transition of British India to independence

  • A Week On, Shimla Struggles To Cope With Record Snowfall

    A Week On, Shimla Struggles To Cope With Record Snowfall

    As heavy snowfall has eluded this erstwhile summer capital of British India in recent times, the "snow manual" of the administration, followed since the Raj, has virtually been lying in cold storage.

  • Pension Of Freedom Fighters Hiked By 20 Per Cent

    Pension Of Freedom Fighters Hiked By 20 Per Cent

    The monthly pension of freedom fighters, including those who were incarcerated in Cellular jail in Andaman Islands or suffered outside British India, was today hiked by around Rs 5,000 each.

  • Book Based On Arunachal Pradesh Wins UK Award For Historical Fiction

    Book Based On Arunachal Pradesh Wins UK Award For Historical Fiction

    A book, which tells the story of the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh during British India, has bagged the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016 in the UK.

  • It's a wrap for Gurinder Chadha's Next, Viceroy's House

    It's a wrap for Gurinder Chadha's Next, <I>Viceroy's House</i>

    The film stars English actor Hugh Bonneville as Lord Mounbatten - the last Viceroy of British India, Gillian Anderson, veteran Indian actor Om Puri and Gangs of Wasseypur actress Huma Qureshi. The film is based on events which took place during the partition of India

  • Google Celebrates India's 69th Independence Day

    Google Celebrates India's 69th Independence Day

    In continuance to its tradition of making exclusive doodles, Google India is celebrating country's 69th Independence Day by paying tribute to the famous Dandi March on its homepage.

  • Fire Damages Major Portion of Shimla Heritage Building

    Fire Damages Major Portion of Shimla Heritage Building

    A major portion of a heritage building in this town, once the summer capital of the British India, was damaged in a devastating that fire broke out Saturday night, officials said. There was no loss of life.

  • PM Seeks to Revive 'Zombie Factories', Not Abandon Them

    PM Seeks to Revive 'Zombie Factories', Not Abandon Them

    While the government has announced the closure of six publicly owned companies, Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Anand Geete said last month that about two-thirds of 64 loss-making firms can be revived with more money.

  • Veterans Commemorate Vital 'Battle of Imphal'

    Veterans Commemorate Vital 'Battle of Imphal'

    Veterans and dignitaries commemorated the 70th anniversary on Friday of one of the fiercest but largely unknown battles of World War II which pitted British-led forces against Japanese troops in northeast India.

  • India-born UK academic faces deportation

    In a bizarre case involving Britain's immigration laws, a 70-year-old academic born in British India and hailed as the symbol of national resilience after being a victim of the July 7, 2005 London attacks, is reported to be facing deportation.

  • City of Joy to have 'Eye' like London

    City of Joy to have 'Eye' like London

    Kolkata, once the capital of British India, is set to get a giant wheel on the lines of 'London Eye' which would give tourists a bird's eye view of the city. To be set up on the Hooghly riverfront, the giant wheel to be known as 'Kolkata Eye' would have a diameter of 150 to 180 metres with more than 30 viewing cabins. It will accommodate more than ...

  • Katy-Russell wait for friends, may marry in Ranthambore

    Celebrity couple Katy Perry and Russell Brand are waiting for some friends to arrive Thursday before starting their pre-wedding functions.

'British India' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Partition: 1947 Trailer - Huma Qureshi's Romantic Struggle Before India's Tryst With Destiny

    <i>Partition: 1947</i> Trailer - Huma Qureshi's Romantic Struggle Before India's Tryst With Destiny

    The trailer of Huma Qureshi's movie Partition: 1947 was unveiled by the makers of the film today. The two-and-a-half minute trailer shows how Lord Mountbatten (played by Hugh Bonneville), the last Viceroy of India, has to oversee the transition of British India to independence

  • A Week On, Shimla Struggles To Cope With Record Snowfall

    A Week On, Shimla Struggles To Cope With Record Snowfall

    As heavy snowfall has eluded this erstwhile summer capital of British India in recent times, the "snow manual" of the administration, followed since the Raj, has virtually been lying in cold storage.

  • Pension Of Freedom Fighters Hiked By 20 Per Cent

    Pension Of Freedom Fighters Hiked By 20 Per Cent

    The monthly pension of freedom fighters, including those who were incarcerated in Cellular jail in Andaman Islands or suffered outside British India, was today hiked by around Rs 5,000 each.

  • Book Based On Arunachal Pradesh Wins UK Award For Historical Fiction

    Book Based On Arunachal Pradesh Wins UK Award For Historical Fiction

    A book, which tells the story of the Apatani tribe of Arunachal Pradesh during British India, has bagged the MM Bennetts Award for Historical Fiction 2016 in the UK.

  • It's a wrap for Gurinder Chadha's Next, Viceroy's House

    It's a wrap for Gurinder Chadha's Next, <I>Viceroy's House</i>

    The film stars English actor Hugh Bonneville as Lord Mounbatten - the last Viceroy of British India, Gillian Anderson, veteran Indian actor Om Puri and Gangs of Wasseypur actress Huma Qureshi. The film is based on events which took place during the partition of India

  • Google Celebrates India's 69th Independence Day

    Google Celebrates India's 69th Independence Day

    In continuance to its tradition of making exclusive doodles, Google India is celebrating country's 69th Independence Day by paying tribute to the famous Dandi March on its homepage.

  • Fire Damages Major Portion of Shimla Heritage Building

    Fire Damages Major Portion of Shimla Heritage Building

    A major portion of a heritage building in this town, once the summer capital of the British India, was damaged in a devastating that fire broke out Saturday night, officials said. There was no loss of life.

  • PM Seeks to Revive 'Zombie Factories', Not Abandon Them

    PM Seeks to Revive 'Zombie Factories', Not Abandon Them

    While the government has announced the closure of six publicly owned companies, Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Anand Geete said last month that about two-thirds of 64 loss-making firms can be revived with more money.

  • Veterans Commemorate Vital 'Battle of Imphal'

    Veterans Commemorate Vital 'Battle of Imphal'

    Veterans and dignitaries commemorated the 70th anniversary on Friday of one of the fiercest but largely unknown battles of World War II which pitted British-led forces against Japanese troops in northeast India.

  • India-born UK academic faces deportation

    In a bizarre case involving Britain's immigration laws, a 70-year-old academic born in British India and hailed as the symbol of national resilience after being a victim of the July 7, 2005 London attacks, is reported to be facing deportation.

  • City of Joy to have 'Eye' like London

    City of Joy to have 'Eye' like London

    Kolkata, once the capital of British India, is set to get a giant wheel on the lines of 'London Eye' which would give tourists a bird's eye view of the city. To be set up on the Hooghly riverfront, the giant wheel to be known as 'Kolkata Eye' would have a diameter of 150 to 180 metres with more than 30 viewing cabins. It will accommodate more than ...

  • Katy-Russell wait for friends, may marry in Ranthambore

    Celebrity couple Katy Perry and Russell Brand are waiting for some friends to arrive Thursday before starting their pre-wedding functions.

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