Home »  News »  World

5 Must Reads on Zee 24 Taas: Mumbai girl Neha Naik to meet US President Barack Obama; Big B gifts Range Rover to his makeup-man; and more

Monday, 28 July 2014 - 2:27pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: dna webdesk

#1 We will not allow release of Singham Returns, says Hindu Sanghatna

Singham Returns, a movie by Rohit Shetty, which is scheduled to release on Independence day is in trouble as the Hindu Jan Jagruti Samiti has asked for a ban on the movie. According to the Samiti, hindu saints have been negatively portrayed in the movie. The Samiti claims that the trailer of the movie shows a saint as the antagonist. Read more

#2 Strike in Nipani over alleged police high-handedness

To protest against the alleged lathi-charge and high handedness by the Karnataka police, villagers from Yellur region have called for a strike in the town. The police on Friday had allegedly demolished a board saying 'Maharashtra State Yellur', which signifies the Maharashtrian roots of the people living in the area. The board is located on the Maharashtra-Karnataka border, seven kilometres away from Belgaum, from the last 56 years. After the board was demolished the first time, Marathi people of the Yellur village rebuilt it within the next 24 hours, not withstanding the action taken by the Kannada police. Read more

#3 Mumbai girl Neha Naik to meet US President Barack Obama

Neha Naik, a 23-year-old athlete from Goregaon in Mumbai has been invited as one of the 12 differently-abled people from the world to be hosted by United States President Barack Obama and his wife at the White House for dinner. Naik is a Special Olympics International Global Messenger, besides taking part in the 100 metres and shot-put events. Read more

#4 Amitabh Bachchan gifts Range Rover to his makeup man

When Big B heard that his makeup man Deepak Sawant's ailing wife had a wish of owning a luxury car, he promptly gifted his Range Rover to her, which is one of his favourite cars. Read more

#5 Youths from Maharashtra's Kalyan region join ISIS in Iraq

It has been cleared that the four youngsters from Thane and Kalyan, who were said to have been missing in Iraq have joined the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria), which is fighting for a Sunni Muslim-dominated Caliphate in the region. Out of the four youths, two of them have informed their parents that they have joined the terror outfit. Arif Mohammad and Majid Taanki had contacted their parents to inform that they have joined ISIS. These youths are staying in the Rakka province of Iraq. Read more

Jump to comments

Recommended Content