Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who says he is looking forward to working with filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, regrets that he's not young enough to be a part of "this most interesting period in the life of our film world", which is riding high on the "drive" and "confidence" of the young generation.
Launching author Rahul Pandita's book "Our Moon has Blood Clots", a memoir of atrocities suffered by the Hindu Pandits in Kashmir in 1990 and of their exodus from the Valley, filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra recalled how his family too had to flee from their house in Kashmir.
July 18 - Scientists in Japan have developed what they say is the world's most advanced swimming robot, designed to improve performance in the pool. Called "Swumanoid", the robot isn't yet ready for a role in Japan's Olympic swimming programme but, by 2016, developers hope to have it ready as a coach's assistant. Rob Muir reports.
'Truth with triumph in the end' is the motto of the local school in the part of town where Gattu lives. But Gattu is too poor to go to school and he's not always that truthful either. Gattu lives and works very hard at a scrap yard belonging to a man