• Shah Rukh Khan’s Hot Photo Shoot With Victoria’s Secret Angel Shanina Shaik

    Bollywood’s superstar Shah Rukh Khan is who is currently making headlines for his much talked film ‘Dilwale‘, will be seen with a top Victoria’s Secret Angel, Shanina Shaik. Well, before you brainstorm your mind, we let you all know that Shah Rukh Khan and Shanina Shaik are coming together to feature in the Vogue magazine. The superstar actor who had an awesome photo shoot with Shanina shared a picture of him with Shanina from the photo shoot.

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  • How to Double Your Money Every 3.5 Years

    In a recent study, a group of University professors show how 539 individual investors were able to consistently double their money every 3.5 years.

  • Salman Khan reacts to PRDP poster's comparison to ‘Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam’

    The first poster of Salman Khan’s ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo’ with Sonam Kapoor has not only got the fans exciting but has also sparked a debate on the social media.

  • Sheena Bora murder case: Indrani Mukerjea critical, overdosed on anti-epileptic pills - Firstpost

    Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in Sheena Bora murder case who is currently in jail, was admitted to state-run JJ Hospital in Mumbai on Friday after she complained of "uneasiness" and is said to be critical. CNN-IBN reports that Indrani had consumed anti-epileptic pills which have now been sent for forensic examination. The news channel also reported that Indrani had been unconscious since 2 pm, and was in a serious but critical condition. The 43-year-old former media executive is lodged in Arthur Road Jail under judicial custody. She was taken to the hospital after she complained of "uneasiness", said DCP (Detection-1) Mohan Dahikar. Indrani was arrested on 25 August for her alleged

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  • Great Indian sulk

    Exactly 274 of the 2,995 words that made up External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj’s superbly crafted speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday dealt with Pakistan. The NSA-level talks India and Pakistan agreed to hold in September were called off, after all, not because Islamabad was unwilling to engage in discussion, but because New Delhi balked at the prospect of a meeting between Kashmiri separatists and the Pakistani PM’s special envoy, Sartaj Aziz. Delhi is seeming to simply be digging in its heels and holding the line, rather than creatively forging a way forward.

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  • Oil rises after U.S. rig count falls for 5th week

    Crude prices erased early losses to rise by as much 1 percent on Friday after a report showing the fifth weekly decline in the U.S. oil rig count added to signs of falling production in the world's top ...

  • D K Ravi death: CBI probe finds IAS officer killed self, closure report soon

    The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is investigating the case of unnatural death of 2009 batch IAS officer D K Ravi, is set to file a closure report or a ‘B’ report after concluding the case to be one of suicide. Sources familiar with the probe said the closure report is awaiting approval of CBI headquarters before it is filed before a sub divisional magistrate. There is not going to be registration of any FIR for prosecution of anybody in the case,’’ CBI sources said.

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  • Cricket: South Africa opt to bowl against India in T20

    Dharamsala, India, Oct 2, 2015 (AFP) - South Africa's captain Faf du Plessis won the toss and sent India in to bat in the first Twenty20 international in Dharamsala on Friday.

  • National Highway upgrade: 22,000 km to be made four-lane

    The roads ministry is ready with a proposal for upgrading 22,000 km of national highways at an estimated cost of Rs 4 lakh crore over the next five years. The road transport ministry will soon seek cabinet approval to lower the current traffic threshold for upgrading two-lane national highways to four-lane highways. As per the proposal, the specification for four-laning national highways is being reduced to 10,000 passenger car units (PCUs) per day in the plains, down from 15,000 PCUs.

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  • Mahesh Sharma’s wisdom: Danish injury shows no desire to lynch, 17-yr-old girl wasn’t touched in Dadri incident

    Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma has said that the nature of Danish’s injuries prove that the intention of the mob that attacked his home and murdered his father was not to lynch him. Danish’s father Akhlaq was lynched allegedly by their neighbours in Bisara village in Dadri outside Delhi late on September 28 evening, following rumours that the family had consumed and stored beef. “You must have seen that whenever there is any buzz about cow slaughter, media, people all rush (to the spot).

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  • UBI, Indian Bank, Syndicate Bank and Karur Vysya Bank cut lending rates

    Kolkata, Oct 3 (IANS) Following lending rate cuts from major banks across the country, state-run Union Bank of India (UBI), Indian Bank and Syndicate Bank and private Karur Vysya Bank on Saturday too cut ...

  • 'Semi-conscious' Indrani now facing respiratory depression: Dean of J. J. Hospital

    Mumbai, Oct. 3 (ANI): Indrani Mukherjea the prime suspect in the Sheena Bora murder case, who was admitted at J.J hospital on Friday with a case of alleged overdose, is now in a semi-conscious state and is likely to be under observation for the next 72 hours. Lahane also said that Indrani's report from Hinduja hospital pointed that there was not an opium poisoning and that the doctors' awaited further reports, after which the picture would become clearer. Indrani was admitted to the J J Hospital with initial complaints of chest pain after she allegedly had an overdose of pills and her condition was declared to be serious.

  • Bye bye Google, hello Alphabet

    After U.S. markets closed on Friday, Alphabet replaced Google as the publicly traded company that will house Google's search and Web advertising businesses, maps, YouTube and its "moonshot" ventures such as driverless cars. Google's class A shares (GOOGL.O) and class C shares (GOOG.O) will automatically convert into the same number of Alphabet class A shares and class C shares and start trading on the Nasdaq from Monday. The structural overhaul, announced in August, is intended to separate the company's core businesses from ventures such as the driverless cars, glucose-monitoring contact lenses and Internet-connected high-altitude balloons.

  • Titanic's last lunch menu sells for $88,000 at auction

    A menu for the last luncheon served to the first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic has sold for $88,000 at an online auction. The menu, which was saved by a first-class passenger, was sold on Wednesday to a private collector, Auctioneers Lion Heart Autographs said. Lion Heart Autographs said the menu was saved by Abraham Lincoln Salomon, one of the passengers who escaped on the so-called "money boat" lifeboat that was filled with wealthy people.

  • Udaipur: 1,200 J&K students ‘told to leave’ varsity after clash

    About 1,200 students from Jammu and Kashmir were allegedly asked to vacate Pacific University in Udaipur district following a clash with local students. On Thursday, a delegation of about 70 students and their parents met J&K BJP president Jugal Kishore Sharma and apprised him of the issue. On September 12, a student from J&K reportedly protested about an unclean plate at the mess of the university.

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  • Bhajji to tie the knot with Geeta on Oct 29

    SPINNER Harbhajan Singh is set to tie the knot with longtime girlfriend and actor Geeta Basra on October 29 near Jalandhar in Punjab. Sources told M AIL T ODAY that the family has booked Hotel Club Cabana on Phagwara Road, located about 20 km away from the spinner’s hometown Jalandhar. Geeta’s family members will fly from London to India to solemnise the wedding, which will be a five- day event, including all ceremonies.

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  • Swachh Bharat: The progress so far

    As the Swachh Bharat Mission launched by the Centre completes one year, the government has intensified its efforts to propel people into action for cleanliness. The areas covered include agricultural and grain markets, religious and tourism places, educational institutions, resident welfare associations, under passes and flyovers, cantonment boards, water bodies and recreation places, hospitals, old cities and government offices.

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  • For Pandav Nagar residents, 65-yr-old transgender is Swachh Bharat mascot

    In west Delhi’s Pandav Nagar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Swachh Bharat Mission has an unlikely mascot in 65-year-old transgender Bijli Kinnar. The nondescript residential colony — a melange of DDA flats, JJ clusters and slums — had been battling a ‘garbage dump’ for over 25 years, said locals. Former BJP legislator R P Singh was the first person who thought Bijli could turn around the ‘state of affairs’.

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  • Air Kerala possible with relaxed aviation rules: NRI businessman

    Thiruvananthapuram, Oct 2 (IANS) Air Kerala - a dream project of the Kerala government to own an airline in the PPP mode - would be a success in case the Centre relaxes certain civil aviation rules, a Kerala businessman said on Friday. The only thing that holds back this project is the civil aviation rules of the central government," said George V. Nereaparambil, who has his business headquarters in the United Arab Emirates. Under the civil aviation policy, companies are permitted to fly on international routes after five years of national operations and with a fleet of minimum 20 aircraft.

  • VW starts telling customers if affected by emissions scandal

    BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Two weeks after it admitted to cheating diesel emissions tests, Volkswagen provided the first information on Friday allowing customers to find out if their vehicles are affected. Volkswagen is under huge pressure to get to grips with the biggest business crisis in its 78-year history, which has wiped more than a third off its share price, forced out its long-time CEO and rocked both the auto industry and German establishment. The head of its U.S. business has been called to testify before lawmakers next Thursday, and Germany's KBA watchdog has set an Oct. 7 deadline for it to come up with a refit plan.

  • Odisha engineer abducted by IS comes back home

    Bhubaneswar, Oct 2 (IANS) Biochemical engineer Prabhas Samal, who was abducted by the Islamic State militant group in Libya last month, reached Odisha on Friday. Samal, who hails from Odisha's Kendrapada district, reached New Delhi on Wednesday after he was released by the militant group recently.

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