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Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Hrithik Roshan finally met and bonded big time   Upala KBR upala@mid-day.com Hrithik Roshan and Mahendra Singh Dhoni recently met in Kolkata during the IPL match of Kolkata Knight Riders vs Chennai Super Kings and bonded like old friends. Says a source close to Hrithik, "Though he’s not a big cricket fan Hrithik was excited to …

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Faking two left feet!

Mauli Singh

dilraj.kaur@mid-day.com

It must be more difficult for an ace dancer to dance like a novice, than the other way around. And that’s exactly what Hrithik Roshan was asked to do in his upcoming remake of Bollywood blockbuster Agneepath.

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Watch my game

After Shahid Kapoor, Sania Mirza has found a new Bollywood friend — Sonakshi Sinha. And it’s Sonakshi who will be cheering for Sania at the Wimbledon

 

Upala KBR

upala@mid-day.com

Sonakshi Sinha has been bonding a lot with tennis star Sania Mirza. Soon Sonakshi will be watching Sania’s match at the Wimbledon.

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‘One has to keep on fighting injustice’

The man who is actively involved in the fight against corruption, Mr Arvind Kejriwal was in Goa along with anti-corruption activists Anna Hazare, Dr Kiran Bedi, Swami Agnivesh and others. ‘The Navhind Times’ caught up with the Ramon Magsaysay Award winner, who spoke about the recent controversies surrounding the proposed Jan Lokpal bill.

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MAN…GO, Taste It!

By Odette and Joe Mascarenhas

‘It’s the mango season, where are the mangoes?’ I ask Joe. ‘In other words where is the Mania?’ ‘You seem to have taken the words right out of this page,’ says hubby dear looking out of the newspaper. I grunt exasperatedly. What is the ‘love’ story between men and newspapers I have often wondered? They can sit for 3 hours reading the fine print from top to bottom, but ask them to read a physics chapter to explain to your kid and they develop temporary blindness.

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‘Sons of Babur’; Revisiting the Mughal Empire

‘Sons of Babur’, a wonderfully-crafted English play written by the Union Minister for Water Resources, Mr Salman Khurshid makes an authoritative political comment on the Mughal empire, which ruled India for over 300 years, with rulers from Emperor Babur to Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar penning the destiny of India, spread from Afghanistan to Burma.

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A mega crafts festival unveils at Margao

‘Margao Crafts Festival 2011’ a mega handicraft promotion event will be organised by GHRSSIDC in association with Kalashree Mahila Mandal, Margao from May 18 to May 22 at Costa Grounds Margao. This was informed by the chief minister, Mr Digambar Kamat in a press conference at Margao. 

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Nature on Display

BY NAGUESH RAO SARDESSAI

Appasaheb Methe from Kolhapur is currently showing his watercolour paintings at Kala Academy’s art gallery.

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