• Justin Bieber, Chris Brown in trouble twosome

    Check out what trouble Justin Bieber and Chris Brown got into this time, in this video. Courtesy: Splash News

  • Trouble at Mumbai's T2: Staffers accused of malpractice

    Passengers accuse some staffers working at Mumbai's international airport of committing malpractices that inconvenience them Story & Video by: Vedika, MiD DAY

  • Salman was drunk, says witness of 2002 hit-and-run case

    Salman Khan in trouble after witnesses identify him in hit-and-run case, tell court that drunk actor was behind the wheel. Salman Khan in trouble for his 2002 hit-and-run case.

  • Women who cross Lakshman rekha invite trouble BJP minister

    Kailash Vijayvargiya, a minister in the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh, has blamed women for the crimes against them. "We are forgetting our traditions and crossing our limits. If you cross the 'Lakshman rekha', you will be punished," he has said. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Wife of Kingfisher employee commits suicide over his salary problems

    The wife of an employee of the troubled Kingfisher Airlines committed suicide around 1:30 this afternoon. The suicide note found in her south-west Delhi home said that her husband had not been paid for the last six months. She is also understood to be battling depression. She was found hanging from the ceiling by her neighbours and rushed to a local hospital, but didn't survive. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Former President Pratibha Patil in trouble over gifts

    Controversy seems to be following Pratibha Devisingh Patil even after she finished her term as President of India. Following a Right to Information (RTI) inquiry that revealed Ms Patil had taken several "gifts" given to her when she was President to her hometown Amravati, Rashtrapati Bhawan has acted. In his application, RTI activist Subhash Agarwal has said that the former President must return all the gifts by January 13, 2013. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Gangs of Wasseypur part 2 in trouble

    Gangs of Wasseypur part 2 in trouble. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Kya Super Kool Hain Hum in censor trouble ndtv

    Producer Ekta Kapoor has been asked to delete three scenes from her sex comedy Kya Super Kool Hain Hum, starring her brother Tusshar Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh, for the trailor to receive a U or even U/A certificate. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Samir Nasri in trouble for outburst

    Samir Nasri in trouble for outburst. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Fan asks John to donate sperm

    While actor turned producer John Abraham's debut production Vicky Donor is up for release, a female fan who apparently is having trouble conceiving, has approached the actor to donate his sperm. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Don 2 in legal trouble

    'Don 2' in legal trouble? Video courtesy: NDTV

  • Rakhi Sawant in censor trouble

    A new song featuring Rakhi Sawant has attracted the Censor Board's wrath for being vulgar. Rakhi, who should be used to it by now, has chosen to take offence. Video courtesy: NDTV

  • 'Singham Returns' runs into trouble?

    A Hindu organisation has alleged that Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor starrer 'Singham Returns' shows Hindus in a bad light 

  • India rescues 58 more nurses from troubled Iraq

     India has rescued 58 Indian nurses from violence-hit Iraq in an "extremely difficult" operation, days after rescuing 46 Indian nurses who were in the control of the Sunni jihadists in Tikrit

  • Troubles for Congress as Rane, Sarma quit as ministers

    Troubles mounted for Congress on Monday as two senior ministers - Narayan Rane in poll-bound Maharashtra and Himanta Biswa Sarma in Assam - resigned from their posts signalling their desire to replace the incumbent chief ministers.

  • IMG dump troubled Aussie Bernard Tomic as their client

    Global management company IMG said Thursday it had split with troubled Australian tennis star Bernard Tomic, reportedly amid concerns over his off-court behaviour

  • Lord's Test: Centurion Ajinkya Rahane guides India out of trouble

    Ajinkya Rahane scored a defiant century for India as England's James Anderson claimed four wickets and two records at Lord's on Day one of the 2nd Test between the two teams on Thursday

  • Pakistani troops again fire at Indian post in Jammu

    Pakistani troops resorted to unprovoked firing again at Indian positions along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir, police said Thursday

  • Gaza To Wagah: Trouble at our doorstep

    From Syria to the border gates of Wagah, the fear of Balkanisation along the lines of religious radicalism and sectarianism poses a threat to the internal stability of countries of South Asia including India

  • Minishaa Lamba talks to the press on customs trouble

    Minishaa Lamba talks to the press about the customs trouble.