Baburao Shah, the son of Gangubai Kathiawadi has filed a case against director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, actress Alia Bhatt and the writer of the film- made on Gangubai.
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A "plague" of the world's most venomous spiders could swarm Sydney after torrential rain and flooding, the Australian Reptile Park said Wednesday, warning that the deadly arachnids could seek refuge in homes as they escape the deluge.
Brazil's death count in the coronavirus pandemic surpassed 300,000 Wednesday, as a deadly surge that has pushed hospitals to the brink made it the second country after the United States to pass the bleak milestone.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday expressed her delight at the birth of her 10th great grandchild, after her granddaughter Zara Tindall gave birth to a baby boy.
The US Senate took the historic step Wednesday of confirming pediatrician Rachel Levine as President Joe Biden's assistant secretary of health, making her the highest-ranking transgender official to serve in the federal government.
Fifteen passengers, who were found violating COVID-19 norms on domestic flights of three airlines this month, may be banned for three months by the carriers, senior officials of aviation regulator DGCA said on Wednesday.
Indian American Dr Vivek Murthy has been voted on Tuesday to be President Joe Biden’s surgeon general.
Russian authorities hope that President Vladimir Putin's long-awaited decision to get his first dose of a Russian coronavirus vaccine will help boost the country's inoculation rate, which has fallen short of initial targets.
Tesla's use of in-car cameras to record and transmit video footage of passengers to develop self-driving technology raises privacy concerns, influential U.S. magazine Consumer Reports said on Tuesday.
NASA is targeting early April for the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter to make the first attempt at powered, controlled flight on another planet, the space agency said Tuesday.
North Korea fired several missiles just days after a visit to the region by the top US defense and diplomatic officials, the White House said Tuesday, in Pyongyang's first overt challenge to the Biden administration.
Spain on Monday raised the maximum age limit for people to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine, which has faced setbacks in Europe due to safety concerns, from 55 to 65.
After a long hiatus the winners of the 67th National Film Awards for the films released in 2019 was announced in New Delhi on Monday.
Leaked videos of staff from Australia's conservative government performing sex acts in parliament, including one man masturbating over a female MP's desk, left Scott Morrison's administration facing yet another major scandal Tuesday.
Microsoft said on Monday it would start allowing more employees to work from its headquarters in Redmond, Washington and nearby campuses from March 29.
Twitter boss Jack Dorsey sold his first tweet as an NFT for just over $2.9 million dollars on Monday.
Amazon is going hyper-local to reach the remote corners of the only one billion-plus consumer market it can access.
The White House announced Friday that US President Joe Biden was tapping Bill Nelson, a former Democratic senator for Florida who once flew on a Space Shuttle and helped craft key space legislation as his NASA chief.
Thousands of people in Sydney's outer suburbs were ordered to evacuate Sunday, as Australia's east coast was hit by record rainfall and widespread flooding.
Donald Trump, suspended from Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites after the January 6 attack on the Capitol, plans to launch his own platform in two to three months, one of his senior advisers told Fox News on Sunday.