Rex Rajkumar Singh, an 18-year-old cricketer from Manipur, achieved a remarkable feat on Tuesday, taking all 10 wickets to fall in an inning during aCooch Behar Trophy match against Arunachal Pradesh. The left-arm medium pacer came up with a dream spell which saw him register figures of 10/11 in the four-day under-19 cricket tournament. Rex Rajkumar Singh's devastating bowling helped Manipur beat Arunachal Pradesh by 10 wickets in the Cooch Behar Trophy match at the Rural Development Trust Stadium in Anantapur.
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Actor Jodie Foster is set to star in and direct the English-language remake of Icelandic thriller “Woman at War.” The original film, directed by Benedikt Erlingsson, is Iceland’s official entry for best foreign film category at the upcoming Academy Awards, set to be held in February next year, reported Deadline. The story follows Halla, a genial middle-aged music teacher hiding a secret life as an outlaw environmental activist with a grudge against the local aluminium industry despoiling the pristine Highlands nearby.
Grammy Award-winning singer Beyonce gave a power-packed performance at the pre-wedding celebrations of Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal in Udaipur. The pop star performed on Sunday night for a star-studded audience, which included former US first lady Hillary Clinton and a slew of Bollywood celebrities.
Dozens of chartered planes carrying celebrities, including former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, flew into a sleepy airport in western India for the lavish pre-wedding festivities for the daughter of India’s richest man.
Isha Ambani, 27, daughter of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, will marry Anand Piramal, 33, in Mumbai next Wednesday, but the celebrations began this weekend in the desert city of Udaipur, with feasts, singing and dancing, and other pre-wedding rituals.
After battling for over two years, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie reached a custody agreement on Friday and both sides may be breathing a sigh of relief, albeit a small one, regarding their six children.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan has emerged as the richest Indian celebrity for the third time in a row, according to a Forbes list. The 52-year-old superstar bagged the numero uno spot on Forbes India Celebrity 100 list.
According to the publication, Khan earned Rs 253.25 crore through his films, TV appearances and brand endorsements between October 1, 2017, and September 30, 2018 (period under consideration).
Luka Modric saw off competition from a host of French World Cup stars as the Real Madrid and Croatia midfielder won the 2018 Ballon d’Or on Monday night, ending the 10-year stranglehold on the award by Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas got married in a lavish, Hindu ceremony that ended in the early hours of Monday in Jodhpur, tying the knot twice over after a Christian ‘I do’ wedding the night before. Doffing their hats to their Indian and American origins, the Indian actor and the American singer exchanged wedding vows for the Christian wedding on Saturday evening at the glittering Umaid Bhavan Palace and went through a traditional ceremony Sunday evening.
Bollywood’s who’s who —including the Bachchans — the Ambani family and icons of India’s cricket pantheon turned up for Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone’s star-studded wedding reception here at a five star hotel, their third after the wedding in Italy on November 14 and 15.
The celebrations at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in suburban Mumbai carried well into the night. The reception was for their friends and colleagues from Bollywood.
The Pakistan government has decided to convert Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor’s ancestral home in the Qissa Khwani Bazar in Peshawar into a museum soon, heeding to a request by the actor.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the Pakistan government will make the actor's house into a museum.
“There was a call from Rishi Kapoor. He requested that his family's home in Peshawar should be made into a museum or some sort of institution. We have accepted his request,” he told a group of visiting Indian journalists.