• Much-hyped Trailer Breaks the Internet

    As promised, the makers of Baahubali released the much-awaited theatrical trailer of the historical movie. The video, which was uploaded on YouTube at 5pm on Monday, went viral within minutes, with over 10,000 views in the first hour. Twitter too, went into meltdown with fans and stars singing praises as they caught a glimpse to SS Rajamouli’s two-part epic. Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions is presenting the film in Hindi and the trailer was released at a starry affair in Mumbai, and was attended by the entire cast and crew of Baahubali, along with KJo himself.

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  • Salman Khan Opens Up On His Marriage Plans

    Bollywood’s most eligible bachelor Salman Khan is again and again targeted with the most usual question of his marriage. The actor has surely hinted at an impending marriage this time. Recently during an interview with a magazine, Salman Khan was asked about his current romantic agenda as all the fans are dying to see him getting married soon.

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  • These Are the 10 Richest Royals in the World

    See the wealth behind the world's most elite rulers

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  • Haider actor Narendra Jha marries former Censor Board CEO Pankaja Thakur - The Economic Times

    Actor Narendra Jha tied the knot with the former CBFC CEO Pankaja Thakur in a quiet ceremony on May 11 near Nashik in Maharashtra.

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  • Hyundai Creta SUV set for launch in H2 2015; to take on Ecosport, Duster, Scorpio - The Economic Times

    NEW DELHI: Korean auto major Hyundai is gearing up to strengthen its line-up of sports utility vehicles in India with a new model, Creta, which is slated for rollout in the second half of this year. The company's Indian arm Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL), which sells top-end SUV SantaFE and i20 Active, is looking to take on Mahindra & Mahindra, Renault, Nissan Ford and Tata Motors with its upcoming 5-seater SUV.

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  • Saif and Kareena holiday in Maldives with family

    Bollywood's beloved couple Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan have taken a break from their busy schedule to enjoy a five-day vacation in Maldives with son Ibrahim and family members Soha Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu

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  • Maggi Row: Court Orders FIR Against Amitabh Bachchan Madhuri Dixit And Preity Zinta

    The legal trouble for our Bollywood celebrities, Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta for endorsing well known brand Maggi, seems to be getting only worse. On Tuesday, today, police have been directed by a district court to register an FIR against two Nestle officials and the actors who were seen promoting the brand in Maggi’s advertisements. Today, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Ramchandra Prasad directed Kazi Mohammadpur police station to file the FIR against Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, Preity Zinta and the two Nestle officials and start with the investigation on the complaint.

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  • Funny Business: Kangana Ranaut's Picture is Worth Far More Than 100 Crores - NDTV Movies

    Box Office India suggests the closing worldwide total could be as high as Rs 225 crores, higher than the takings of films like Jab Tak Hai Jaan and Singham Returns

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  • 5 Makeup Habits That Are Secretly Making You Sick

    Some women may not be blessed with fuller, longer lashes and so, they find solace in lash extensions. For lazy girls, finding time to clean the makeup brushes may not seem important at first. Your makeup brushes are a perfect breeding ground for bacteria that can cause skin infections and breakouts.

  • Karnataka's decision to appeal against Jayalalithaa's acquittal in SC shameful: AIADMK - Firstpost

    Chennai: Dubbing the Karnataka government's decision to appeal in the Supreme Court against the verdict acquitting Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa in an assets case as "shameful," the ruling AIADMK on Tuesday asserted that its supremo will again prove her innocence. "That a state government is going to appeal in an 18-year old case after the High Court has already given its judgment following the completion of final arguments is a shameful act," AIADMK Tamil daily Dr Namadhu MGR, said in a front-page article on Tuesday. After a Cabinet meeting, Karnataka government announced on Monday that it would appeal in the Supreme Court against the verdict exonerating Jayalalithaa.

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  • This Indian coffee chain is beating Starbucks at its own game

    India’s biggest coffee chain may get even bigger. Café Coffee Day, owned by the holding company Coffee Day Enterprises Ltd, is already the market leader when it comes to coffee in India. The self-proclaimed “pioneer of the cafe culture” in India, it has more than 1,500 cafes in 200 cities and towns across the country, including 191 in Bangalore and 185 in Delhi. Starbucks, meanwhile, has just 71.

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  • Joyce double-ton puts Ireland in command

    Scorecard Ed Joyce had retired from T20 cricket in the hopes of lengthening his Ireland career in the longer formats and evidence from the first day's place in Dublin suggests he's a prized asset. Ireland finished with 420 runs in only 94 overs - a run-rate of 4.40.

  • Pak senator announces Rs 100-crore reward for whoever ‘arrests’ Modi

    ISLAMABAD: Siraj-ul-Haq, chief of Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami, has announced a reward of Rs 100 crore to anyone who ‘arrests’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi, agencies reported. The Pakistani Senator, while speaking at Rawalakot in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

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  • 'Over excited' rider disqualified from naked cycling event for getting an erection - The Times of India

    Things got awkward for a nude cyclist after he was disqualified from a naked bike ride event for getting an erection.

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  • Lion Kills American Tourist Driving in South African Park

    Johannesburg, South Africa:  A lion leapt through a open car window and mauled to death an American tourist at a privately-run game park just outside Johannesburg on Monday, a park official said. "There was a car driving to the lion camp and the lion did come through the window and bite the lady," Scott Simpson, operations manager of The Lion Park venue told Talk Radio 702. The 22-year-old woman and another American tourist were travelling through the park, northwest of South Africa's biggest city, with their car windows open. In March, an Australian tourist was injured by a lioness after driving through the park with his car windows open.

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  • Hyundai's new compact SUV named ‘Creta’

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  • Why Rahul Dravid is not part of BCCI's advisory committee

    A significant announcement from the BCCI office on Monday had a very significant omission. Rahul Dravid's name was nowhere to be found, neither in Anurag Thakur's tweets nor in the official BCCI release that announced the return of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly and VVS Laxman - but not Dravid. Three of India's 'Fab Four' have agreed BCCI's offer to join its Cricket Advisory Committee, a move that was on the cards but feels more warm now that it's been made official - because lack of former players in the BCCI administration was always rued.

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  • Ten things to change when India becomes a Hindu Rashtra

    1) Delhi will become Hastinapur. Delhi University will be known as Hastinapur University. Lutyens' Delhi will be renamed as Lutyens' Hastinapur and Dilliwalas will be known as Hastinapurwalas. On the Metro, the speaker will announce "Hastinapur Metro mei aapka swagat hai".

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  • Ratan Tata-headed council to benchmark Indian Railways against four global giants

    The Ratan Tata-headed innovation council formed by rail minister Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu has decided to benchmark Indian Railways against the train networks of four global giants - US, China, Russia and Germany.

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  • The ISIS economy just got a huge boost

    The US is trying to choke off the Islamic State's revenue streams in Iraq and Syria. While it's almost impossible to know the exact breakdown of the Islamic State's balance sheet, experts estimate that its biggest source of revenue is taxation. The Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, and Daesh) has claimed territory across Syria and Iraq, forcing those who stay in those areas to pay taxes to the jihadist militants, sometimes in return for government-like services.

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