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Fed Judge Orders FBI To Turnover Secret Calls For Lawsuit

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – A federal judge in Miami has sided with a Pakistani-American man, who was cleared of terrorism support charges, and ordered the FBI to allow him to examine hundreds of classified phone intercepts as part of his malicious prosecution lawsuit against the U.S. 182 more words

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Movie Review: Siddharth (2013)

4 Stars (out of 4)

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Practicalities are often omitted from movies in order to save time. Characters never end a phone call with, “Good-bye.” A character jumps in a car and says, “Just drive,” and the driver does it without demanding to know where they are going. 663 more words

Hindi

Deepika Sent a Box of Sandesh to her Parents

Deepika Padukone these days is in Kolkata and is busy shooting for her upcoming film ‘Piku’ along with Amitabh Bachchan and Irfan Khan. She is enjoying her stay in Kolkata by enjoying the cuisine and delicacies for which the city is famous. 76 more words

Gossip

QISSA: The Tale of a Lonely Ghost (Dir. Anup Singh, 2014, India) [Spoilers]

The title of the film comes from the arabic word ‘Qissa’ which means folk tale. The Punjabi Qissa has a strong oral tradition and families from the Punjab can recite Qisse or tales that are both specific to genre and a family history. 598 more words

Indian CInema

Haider: A short review

Haider: This movie has definitely captured the viewers imagination this season and with Bang Bang being released the same weekend, an apt yardstick has been thrown in. 504 more words

Bollywood

PAAN SINGH TOMAR (Dir. Tigmanshu Dhulia, 2010, India) - From Hero to Bandit

Although director Tigmanshu Dhulia has emerged as a key voice in the mainstream of Indian cinema, his last three films including Paan Singh Tomar were NOT released theatrically in the UK. 579 more words

Indian CInema

SAHEB, BIWI AUR GANGSTER RETURNS (Dir. Tigmanshu Dhulia, 2013, India) - A Royal Affair

Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns is an uninspiring title to what is one of writer-director Tigmanshu Dhulia’s best films to date. Less of a sequel and more of a continuation, Dhulia reunites the main leads of Jimmy Shergill and Mahie Gill in a story that reaches back to the past. 890 more words

Indian CInema