• Sex, Sunny Leone and Sridevi's thunder thighs

    Ram Gopal Varma in an explosive interview

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  • Katrina Kaif’s Reaction On Salman Khan Calling Her ‘Majdoor’!

    Post Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif’s break-up, Salman Khan’s recent bonding with former girlfriend Katrina Kaif has grabbed all the eyeballs. As earlier we reported how Salman Khan was in all praise for Katrina Kaif at a recent event held in Gondia. Salman Khan who was asked about Katrina Kaif giving him all the credits for her success, responded saying, “Did Katrina say that?

    Business of Cinema
  • Kapil Sharma’s Reaction On His Rumoured Show Comedy Nights Style!

    Just like Shah Rukh Khan, Varun Dhawan, Sonakshi Sinha and others, comedian turned actor Kapil Sharma also interacted with fans on twitter. As we all know Kapil Sharma shut his most loved show, ‘Comedy Nights With Kapil‘, which is now replaced by other show ‘Comedy Nights Live‘. Soon after the show went off air, rumours started doing rounds that Kapil will be back with his new show called ‘Comedy Style’ on Sony TV channel.

    Business of Cinema
  • Sunny torn between son Karan and brother Bobby

    The actor can produce either his beta’s debut film or Changez

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  • Aaradhya Enjoys Kabaddi Match With Abhishek-Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    It's Sooo cute and inspiring to see the parents treating their child with so much of love and care and giving their full attention to them, without missing out on any Happy moments with them. Especially, towards Star Kids, who constantly grab headlines and right from what they were wearing to how many likes they have on their social media website pages, everything is noticed and is spoken about. Recently, Abhishek Bachchan's, 40th Birthday was celebrated in Maldives and a pic posted by Amitabh Bachchan saying "A family that stays together, sails together !!" This outing was a full on family gettogether and now Aaradhya Bachchan was spotted with her loving Parents Abhishek-Aishwarya at Pro Kabaddi in Bengaluru for watching a match of Abhishek's team "Jaipur Pink Panthers".

    Business of Cinema
  • Ishrat Jahan case: The story so far

    In a series of police encounters during 2002-06, purportedly to bust plots to assassinate then Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi, and other BJP leaders, the Ishrat Jahan case was the only one in which four officials of the Intelligence Bureau were implicated, including the then special director of the Subsidiary Intelligence Bureau Rajinder Kumar. The CBI which investigated case, said the encounter was the outcome of a conspiracy between the IB and Gujarat police officials. Nineteen year old Khalsa College student of Mumbra, Ishrat Jahan was killed along with Javed Shaikh alias Pranesh Pillai from Kerala, and two alleged Pakistanis – Zeeshan Johar and Amjad Ali Rana – on June 15, 2004 on the outskirts of Ahmedabad for allegedly conspiring to kill Modi.

    The Indian Express
  • Pakistan concerned about India's military capabilities: Expert

    London, Feb 10 (IANS/RAY) Pakistan is concerned about India's military capabilities, according to Brigadier Ben Barry (retd), an expert on land warfare at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS). Speaking at the release of the IISS's annual flagship publication "The Military Balance", to which he was one of the main contributors, Barry said: "Pakistan is concerned about India's modernisation and its nuclear deal with the United States." He, however, clarified that the concern was not as a result of anything the Narendra Modi government had done, but because of acquisitions over a period of time, especially from the US.

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  • Tussle between Swamy, Sibal over National Herald hearing in SC

    New Delhi, Feb. 11 (ANI): Congress lawyer Kapil Sibal on Thursday urged the Supreme Court to hear the National Herald case on its scheduled date of February 12 despite Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy telling the court that he is unavailable for proceedings till February 19. The Congress is seeking a stay on the proceedings at a trial court.

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  • Suresh Prabhu launches IRCTC's 'takeaway e-bedroll' facility

    New Delhi, Feb 10 (ANI): The Railway Ministry has given the go-ahead to the pilot project of E-Bedroll that allows passengers to avail bedroll kits through online booking and from over the counter at select outlets set up by the IRCTC on the stations. The facility was inaugurated remotely by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu from his office today for two stations in the national capital - New Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin. Earlier, on February 7, the minister had inaugurated the facility at Chennai Central station - the day it was also launched at Thiruvananthapuram station by its Divisional Railway Manager (DRM).

    ANI
  • Condition of Siachen survivor Lance Naik Hanumanthappa worsens, nation prays

    The condition of Lance Naik Hanamanthappa Koppad, the Siachen braveheart who defied death for six days buried under snow, has deteriorated further, the Army Research and Referral Hospital said today even as a team of experts from AIIMS joined the military doctors in their bid to save the soldier's life. Hanamanthappa is being treated by a team of intensivists, neurologist, nephrologist, endocrinologist and surgeons.

    The Indian Express
  • Panasonic's P66 Mega launched at Rs. 7,990

    New Delhi, Feb.10 (ANI): Japanese multinational electronics corporation Panasonic has launched the P66 Mega in India priced at Rs. 7,990.

    ANI
  • Karan Johar: 'No one is offering me any roles after my disastrous debut in 'Bombay Velvet'

    Filmmaker Karan Johar had made his full-fledged acting debut as an effeminate but sinister media baron in Anurag Kashyap's Bombay Velvet and during the promotions of the period drama, KJo had gushed about the experience and had vowed to take up more acting assignments.

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  • U.S. dollar falls with oil, equities as markets seek safety

    The U.S. dollar fell sharply on Tuesday to its lowest level in nearly four months, as measured by an index of major currencies, with fears of a global economic slowdown pushing investors into safe-haven currencies like the Japanese yen and Swiss franc. The U.S. dollar index (.DXY), which measures the greenback against a basket of world currencies, fell to 95.663, its lowest since Oct. 22 on Tuesday. Given the dismal performance of oil and equity markets, and the market's lack of faith in the Federal Reserve's forecast for four interest rate rises this year, investors are unsure of how to value the dollar, said John Doyle, director of markets at Tempus Inc in Washington.

    Reuters
  • Government to link savings deposit terms to market rates

    India will link the interest paid to millions of small savers in a $137-billion central deposit scheme to market rates that will be revised every quarter, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said ...

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  • ICC World Twenty20 2016: India Aim For Stability, Australia Struggle For Right Combination

    Mahendra Singh Dhoni's Indian squad has banked on experienced players like Yuvraj Singh and Ashish Nehra. © AFP The squads of most of the teams for the 2016 ICC World Twenty20, scheduled to be held in India from March 8, have been announced. Defending champions Sri Lanka are yet to announce their squad while the likes of India, the 2007 champions and finalists in 2014, have announced a squad which banks on experience. (Ahmed Shehzad Dropped From Pakistan Squad For World Twenty20) Australia are struggling for the right combination while there are fresh faces in the New Zealand team. Pakistan have pulled off a surprise by axing Ahmed Shehzad while West Indies are banking on Sunil Narine to reverse

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  • Ripple effect: scientists await word on gravitational waves

    By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A century ago, Albert Einstein hypothesized the existence of gravitational waves, small ripples in space and time that dash across the universe at the speed of light. On Thursday, at a news conference called by the U.S. National Science Foundation, researchers may announce at long last direct observations of the elusive waves. Such a discovery would represent a scientific landmark, opening the door to an entirely new way to observe the cosmos and unlock secrets about the early universe and mysterious objects like black holes and neutron stars.

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  • Nida Fazli’s poetry: where Krishna met Allah

    Poet Nida Fazli wrote this piece, a plea in the form of a ghazal in 1994, a few months after riots and communal tensions in Mumbai had rattled the nation to its core. With lines such as `jeenewalon ko marne ki asaani de maula’ (let those who live know how to die in peace), Nida Fazli asked for integrity of life and dignity with death.

    The Indian Express
  • Oil down 8 percent on gloomy U.S., global demand outlooks

    Oil prices slid for a fourth straight session on Tuesday and teetered close to 12-1/2-year lows hit last month, after weak demand forecasts from the U.S. government and the western world's energy watchdog, while weak equities also pressured prices. "The longs got out, the shorts jumped back in and there was possibly a whole lot of hedging by producers today to sell oil at whatever low price they could," said Scott Shelton, broker and commodities specialist with ICAP in Durham, North Carolina. Brent crude oil settled down $2.56, or 7.8 percent, at $30.32 a barrel.

    Reuters
  • Vodafone rolls out 4G services in Mumbai; offers free SIM upgrade to users

    Vodafone has rolled out 4G services on 1800 MHz band in selected areas of Mumbai including western suburbs and south Mumbai. Vodafone has also come out with special offers for its 4G users. Other services that Vodafone is offering are instant SIM swap at Vodafone stores and door-step delivery of postpaid 4G SIM within a day.

    The Indian Express
  • Shift Western Railway headquarters from Mumbai to Ahmedabad

    Eleven MPs across party lines, including two from Rajya Sabha, have demanded shifting of the headquarters of the Western Railway from Mumbai to Ahmedabad. The MPs have said that Ahmedabad deserved to have the WR headquarters because Gujarat was a major freight revenue contributor in Western Railway, beside having four of the six divisions in the zone.

    The Indian Express