• Did Ranveer Singh Skip HT Most Stylish Awards To Avoid Deepika Padukone?

    They once painted the town red, hand-in-hand. But now Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh go to great lengths to avoid being clicked together

  • Raju Srivastav FAILS To Broker Peace Between Kapil Sharma & Sunil Grover

    It was wishful thinking (slated for Saturday) from the word 'GO' and the bottomline is that Kapil and Sunil are still daggers drawn. Has The Kapil Sharma Show family suffered an irreparable damage?

  • AI air hostess defends Gaikwad, says Shiv Sena MP pulled up Sukumar for misdemeanour

    New Delhi [India], Mar. 26 (ANI): Coming out in defence of Ravindra Gaikwad, who manhandled an Air India staff, an air hostess of the national airlines who was an eye witness to the incident on Sunday said that the Shiv Sena MP was only trying to pull up the duty manager for his misdemeanour, adding that he had no intentions of throwing him down the ladder. The air hostess said Gaikwad was very courteous to the crew and there was no sign of his being violent onboard or no expectation that he would become violent later on.

  • Punjab assembly: Navjot Singh Sidhu occupies CM’s chair, courts fresh controversy

    When Navjot Singh Sidhu is around, controversy cannot be far behind! A day after the dust on the “office of profit” issue over his participation in a comedy show had finally settled, the cricketer-turned-politician landed himself in a fresh one by sitting on the CM’s chair in the middle of the oath-taking ceremony of MLAs on Friday. Sidhu, who was busy cracking jokes first with Amarinder and later telling him about Delhi model of generating power from sewage, inadvertently went and sat on the CM’s chair after Amarinder left. He was asked by the assembly staff to go back to his chair and he did. His session of jokes and banter with Inderbir Bolaria, Raj Kumar Verka and Randeep Nabha continued

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  • I tried to take a laptop on a flight - here's what happened

    Thousands of travelers were forced to put iPads, laptops and tablets into their checked luggage on Saturday as Britain’s ban on electronics on flights from six predominantly Muslim countries came into effect. 

    The Telegraph
  • Stats: Cheteshwar Pujara breaks Gautam Gambhir's Indian record

    The fourth Test match between India and Australia is evenly poised after day 2 of the Test.

  • Shilpa Shinde BLASTS Saumya Tandon For Denying Knowledge Of Her Sexual Harassment Ordeal

    The Bhabi Ji Ghar Par Hai! co-stars are now feuding over whether Saumya knew about the now headline grabbing case of sexual harassment involving Shilpa and the show’s producer Sanjay Kohli

  • Trump 'angry' at Jared and Ivanka for taking skiing holiday while his healthcare bill falls

    US President Donald Trump is reportedly angry that his daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner were on a skiing holiday when the vote on his healthcare bill was cancelled. In an embarrassing setback for Trump, the House of Representatives pulled the scheduled vote after it became apparent it did not have enough support from fellow Republicans. The fact that one of his top advisers, Kushner, and his daughter, who frequently acts as a trusted confidante, picked such a tumultuous time to go on holiday reportedly did not sit well with the president.

    International Business Times
  • Kansas shooting: Indian-Americans honour Ian Grillot for his heroism with USD 1,00,000 cheque

    Houstan [USA], Mar. 26 (ANI): Ian Grillot, who was injured while trying to intervene during the Kansas shooting incident that killed Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla, was felicitated by Indian-Americans community in Houston. Ian Grillot is a man who reminds us of the promise of America and its greatness," said Jiten Agarwal, a prominent Houstonian and Chair of India House Houston's annual gala, according to a statement posted on Facebook by the community. India House is a community center built by Americans of Indian origin in the Greater Houston area to serve all who need help.

  • Phillauri Day 1 box office collection: Film beats opening day record of Anushka Sharma's first production venture, NH10

    Anushka Sharma's second production venture Phillauri opened to a positive response and recorded an average business at the domestic box office on its first day. The film has broken the record of NH10, Anushka's first film as a producer. It, however, failed to beat the opening day record of this year's release OK Jaanu, starring Shraddha Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur.

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  • HT Most Stylish Awards 2017: STRICT Instructions To Keep Kajol & Karan Johar APART

    Here are some EXCLUSIVE details from the event. While Kajol and Karan Johar came under one roof for the first time after KJo’s open confession about his disturbed equation with Kajol, we also captured the Devgn couple ignoring Rani Mukerji at the do...

  • Mohd Kaif Backs UP CM, Says 'Tunday Milein Ya Na Milein, Gundein Na Milein'

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath's slaughterhouse ban might have hit Lucknow's iconic 'Tunday Kababi', but former India cricketer Mohammad Kaif has come out in support of the move and feels that it is now turn of the all gangsters and miscreants to be thrown out of the state. Taking to Twitter, Kaif said that after the ban on the slaughter houses, it is the turn of all troublemakers to be thrown out. Interestingly, this is not the first time that he has warmed up to the BJP.

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  • Sex in Thai city frustrates junta

    By Matthew Tostevin PATTAYA, Thailand (Reuters) - With mascots dressed as smiling fish and a police rock band, Thai authorities launched a "Happy Zone" at the weekend to improve the image of a city notorious for sex tourism. Stung by foreign headlines portraying the seaside resort of Pattaya as "Sin City" and "The World's Sex Capital", Thailand's junta has begun a new effort to re-brand it.

  • Katamarayudu box-office collection Day 1: Pawan Kalyan gets overwhelming response

    Powerstar Pawan Kalyan's latest release Katamarayudu has opened to outstanding response from Telugu fans. The film is said to have earned more than Rs 55 crore on its opening day.

    India Today
  • Meghan Markle is right that looking 'ethnically ambiguous' can be hard – but it also comes with its privileges

    Meghan Markle, US actor, star of the TV show Suits and girlfriend to Prince Harry, has recently spoken out about the difficulties involved with being categorised as “ethnically ambiguous”. People who I meet often start out our conversations by trying to figure out my racial background, turning the investigation into a rather tasteless game. “No, I’m half Indian,” I’ll reply, only to see their faces fall as they complain: “I wasn’t finished guessing!” I leave the interaction feeling like an ethnically ambiguous game-ruiner.

    The Independent
  • We're a Great Team: Twinkle on Marriage With Akshay Kumar

    New Delhi: At a time when marriages and relationships are becoming increasingly volatile, Mrs Funnybones writer Twinkle Khanna says she is happy being part of a "great team" with husband and Bollywood star Akshay Kumar. Twinkle and Akshay have been married for 16 years, and have two children - son Aarav and daughter Nitara. About their marriage, Twinkle said at an awards event here: "I think it's a great team. Twinkle even said: "The things that I find attractive in Akshay have changed over the years".

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  • Apple Loop: New iPhone 8 Designs Revealed, Apple Ignores MacBook Pro, iPhone Product (Red) Surprise

    This week’s Apple Loop includes a new look at the rumored iPhone 8 design, facial recognition without Touch ID, Apple’s augmented reality vision, the new iPhones released this week, more product updates, Apple ignoring the MacBook, research centres opening in China, and Apple’s purchase of Workflow.

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  • ED issues show-cause notice to SRK, Juhi

    The Enforcement Directorate on Friday issued show-cause notices to actor Shah Rukh Khan, his wife Gauri Khan and actor Juhi Chawla for violation of FEMA provisions to the tune of Rs 73.6 crore in the Indian Premier League. The notice deals with the transfer of a portion of the shares of Knight Riders Sports Pvt Ltd (KRSPL), which owns the IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders, to a Mauritius firm, causing a loss of foreign exchange to the extent of Rs 73.6 crore. The Red Chillies Enterprises Pvt Ltd (RCEPL), owned by Khan and Gauri, had formed the KRSPL to acquire the IPL franchise rights of Kolkata Knight Riders. According to ED sources, the entire shareholdings of the KRSPL were with Red Chillies

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  • Notice to Pakistani channel over remarks against PM

    Islamabad, March 25 (IANS) The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has issued a show cause notice to ARY News channel over comments on a statement by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The regulator on Friday took exception to remarks made by Shahid Latif, a guest on an ARY News programme, that termed a recent statement by Sharif blasphemous, Dawn online reported. Shahid Latif made the remarks during 'The Reporters' programme which aired on Thursday.

    IANS India Private Limited
  • Gaikwad should look into his own heart, says victim

    The 60-year-old Air India manager, who was assaulted by Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, on Friday said the lawmaker has to look into his own heart and realise what he has done. Recounting his ordeal, R Sukumar, the airline’s duty manager at Delhi airport, said the MP started hitting him with his sandals while he was trying to reason with him – asking him to alight from the aircraft as it was to be prepared for its flight to Goa. "I requested him to deboard the aircraft as the cleaning staff had to do their work. While I was talking to him he started hitting me with slippers. Everyone tried to stop him but he kept hitting me with his slippers. The crew members tried to stop him but he hit me with

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