Natasha Koshti-Symons set up a Bollywood Dance School 11 years ago in Plymouth, with the hopes of sharing her heritage with the community.Read the full story ›
Veronica Mehta underwent treatment for the disease last year and she told ITV News she wants to "encourage people to come forward".Read the full story ›
The star of more than 90 films is being freed after only 48 hours in jail following his conviction for poaching rare deer.Read the full story ›
The Bollywood actor was handed a five year jail term after being found guilty of poaching a rare species of deer. He intends to appeal.Read the full story ›
The Bollywood actor reportedly suffered a heart attack as he returned home from a film set on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Actor Salman Khan has been acquitted after a conviction for culpable homicide was scrapped on appeal.Read the full story ›
Boxing champion Joseph Selkirk was given a community order today after admitting assaulting his girlfriend, Bollywood actress Amy Jackson, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said.
Selkirk, from Bootle, and said to be living now in Spain, has been given a 12-month community order by magistrates and ordered to pay £300 costs.
The community supervision order will explore Selkirk's offending behaviour and he will take part in "building better relationships" sessions run by the Probation Service.
Selkirk, 28, had originally denied that he assaulted Ms Jackson in a row at the Malmaison hotel in Liverpool city centre in November, a CPS spokeswoman said.
Angie Rowan, senior crown prosecutor with the CPS Mersey-Cheshire, said: "Selkirk is a boxing champion and an assault by him would clearly have a substantial impact.
"There were witnesses to what had happened in the early hours of 8 November and they were definite about what they had seen."
A Mumbai court has ruled that Indian movie star Salman Khan will be tried for homicide for his alleged involvement in a fatal road accident more than 10 years ago.
Previously the actor was being tried for the lesser offence of causing death by negligence, which carries a maximum sentence of two years in jail.
Khan has starred in about 90 Hindi-language films in his 25-year career. One man was killed and another three were injured when Khan allegedly rammed his car into a group of homeless people sleeping on a Mumbai sidewalk in September 2002. The trial will begin July 19.
Memories the time I gave a lift to one of the greatest Bollywood legends of all time, Dev Anand, the man we called our Gregory Peck.Read the full story ›