Saturday, December 25, 2010
Katrina Kaif might be reigning the roost in Bollywood, but she had to face rejection at MasterChef India anchored by Akshay Kumar. The judges spat the omelette that she had personally whipped up on the show after tasting it, leaving Kaif almost in tears. Kaif appears on the finale episode of the show tonight as part of the promotions of Tees Maar Khan. Kaif could not handle rejection easily
Bollywood’s enfant terrible Salman Khan has done it again! After taking potshots at ‘Guzaarish’ director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Salman Khan slapped a fan outside Anil Kapoor’s residence, who reportedly kissed and hugged him. The hunk of an actor even had the slapgate footage deleted.
Talking to a news daily, an eyewitness said, “The incident happened moments after Salman arrived at Anil Kapoor’s birthday bash. Just a few moments before this, Anil had escorted Salman’s father, Salim Khan, into the party.
Salman was alighting from his car when all of a
The nation is celebrating the 134th birth anniversary of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah today with enthusiasm and national spirit.
A 31-gun salute in the Federal Capital and 21-gun salutes in provincial capitals would be given to the Founder of Pakistan. Special prayers will be held in mosques for the eternal peace of the Quaid-i-Azam and progress of the country he founded. National flag will be hoisted atop government and semi-government buildings. The day has been declared a public holiday.
The celebrations will take place both at
|Christians are celebrating Christmas across the world today including for the first time from Arab countries which have no diplomatic ties with Israel, flocking to Bethlehem to celebrate the holiday in the West Bank city where Jesus Christ was born.|
Meanwhile, Bishop of Lahore Dr Alexander John Malik felicitated the nation on the eve of Christmas on Friday.
“Christians have no monopoly on Christ. He belongs to all whether black or white, yellow or brown, young or old, men or women,” he said in his Christmas message
Thousands of travellers were stranded at Paris’ main airport Friday after the cancellation of hundreds of Christmas flights, as freezing weather and widespread snowfalls caused travel chaos across Europe.
At least 400 flights in and out of Paris’ main hub Roissy-Charles de Gaulle were cancelled, with flights in Belgium and Germany also affected and motorists staying off the roads as western Europe battled the latest cold snap.
“I’m so tired that I no longer have the strength to be angry,” said Frenchwoman Zoe Stephanou, 45. “My flight to
|Urdu Poet Qateel Shifai’s 91st birth anniversary is being celebrated today. Aurangzeb Khan was born on 24th December 1919 in Mansehra.|
He adopted Qateel Shifai as his pen name in 1938 under which he was known in the world of Urdu poetry. “Qateel” was his “takhallus” and “Shifai” was in honour of his Ustaad Hakim Mohammed ‘Shifa’ whom he considered his mentor.
Due to his father’s early death, Qateel was forced to quit his education. He started his own sporting goods shop. Being unsuccessful in his business he decided to