The Netflix action flick has glaring factual inconsistencies despite its claim of being based on real life incidents. Here's what transpired between the two archrivals in the decades of the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Embattled Indian billionaire Gautam Adani calls off his flagship company's share sale after a
tumultuous week saw his conglomerate shed tens of billions of dollars in market value after claims of fraud from US-based short-selling firm.
India has frustrated US by increasing crude oil purchase from Russia, a key source of funding for Moscow's war in Ukraine, and Washington has nudged New Delhi on Moscow while condoning India's hawkish stance on China.
Asia's richest man Gautam Adani's group vehemently denies allegations of "stock manipulation and accounting fraud" by Hindenburg Research that plunged the group's shares and swiftly eroded $10.73 billion from Adani's wealth.
Five years ago the Hindu nationalist party BJP, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, won 99 seats in the 182-member Gujarat assembly and current opinion polls suggest the party might increase their number to more than 130 seats.
Supreme Court releases six people based on their "satisfactory conduct" in prison, after decades of imprisonment for the 1991 assassination carried out by Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, a Sri Lankan armed separatist group.
Supreme Court orders police chiefs of two states and capital New Delhi to take action against hate speeches, "irrespective of the religion that the maker of the speech or the person who commit such act belongs to."
Congress holds huge rally in southern state to mark first 1,000 km of its 3,500 km walking tour of its leaders in cities, towns and villages, in bid to draw support against ruling BJP it accuses of spreading communal hatred in the secular republic.
Calls for justice grow after a video of policemen purportedly torturing nine Muslim men in western Gujarat state goes viral.
Ibn Haldun University hosts the 4th International Suleymaniye Symposium to discuss new ideas and approaches concerning the Baburid (Mughal) empire, which ruled much of South Asia from 1526 to 1761.
Fresh round of clashes erupted amid heightened tension in Leicester since India-Pakistan cricket match on August 28.
In about a fortnight, two cases concerning abuse of women have rattled India, raising questions about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s women empowerment rhetoric.
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