• Ekta Kapoor Gets Her First Actress To Sign Nudity Clause

    Ekta Kapoor gets her first actress Kyra Dutt to sign nudity clause for her upcoming erotica drama film XXX. Ekta Kapoor’s erotica film has been in headlines since its inception. Reportedly, Kingfisher Calendar model, Kyra Dutt, is the first actress to agree to the “techno-legal clause” for her Bollywood debut.

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  • Snake bitten boy carries reptile to hospital | Latest News & Updates at Daily News & Analysis

    Sandesh Nayak, studying in VI standard, was bitten by the snake when he was playing outside his house in his village. "Normally, people are frightened at the sight of the snake, but my son captured the reptile and carried it in his bag all the way to the government hospital for treatment," Suresh Nayak, father of Sandesh, told reporters. "The hospital staff panicked and were shocked to see Sandesh carrying the snake in his bag after the reptile bit him around his knee," Dr Sumalatha, who treated the boy, said.

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  • If You Find A Man With These Beautiful Characteristics, Please Never Let Him Go

    This article first appeared on akkarbakkar.com As we moved from Generation X to Generation Y and from a Semi-Modern to Modern India, the dynamics between man and woman moved with us. Clearly today we know that there are men and there are good men in

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  • Imran Khan And Vidya Balan Team Up For Her Sister-In-Law

    Bollywood’s lovable couple Vidya Balan and Siddharth Roy Kapur recently attended sister-in-law shayonti roy kapur’s sculptor show where chief guest for the event was Imran Khan along with Vidya Balan. The sculptor show named ‘Under Construction’ presented by Kunaal Roy Kapur’s wife saw some amazing sculpture artwork. The gorgeous South Indian beauty actress Vidya Balan dressed in a plain traditional sari with bright red blouse adding the colour to it.

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  • Salman Khan Hit And Run Case: A New Twist Before The Verdict

    Salman Khan’s 2002 hit and run case have come up with a new twist after the session court on Tuesday announced that the final verdict date would be on May 6. An activist has brought some new twist in the case, he questioned why was Kamal Khan (singer) not examined as eyewitness despite of his presence in the car with Salman Khan at the time of the accident. Advocate Abha Singh who represented the activist who alleged “perjury by the police” in the trial, also wondered why such an important eye witness was left out completely.

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  • Android 'found' urinating on Apple logo in Google Maps - The Times of India

    It is not known who is behind the image, but many consider it to be the work of an Android fanboy who probably inserted the image in Google Maps using the Map Maker tool.

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  • Trophy in Ankit’s name and his memory will live forever: Father tells Sourav Ganguly

    “Uncle, this is Sourav Ganguly,” Ankit Keshri’s father Rajkumar received the call on Thursday morning and broke down. The former India captain was in Delhi on Monday, when Keshri — a Bengal Under-23 cricketer — succumbed to an on-filed head injury. On his return, Ganguly called Ankit’s father to offer condolences. “He (Ganguly) called me uncle and I couldn’t hold back my tears.

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  • First meeting of sub-group on skill development held in Delhi

    New Delhi, Apr. 25 (ANI): The first meeting of the sub-group of Chief Ministers on skill development was held in NITI Aayog, New Delhi, on Saturday. Punjab Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal chaired the meeting of sub-group on skill development. The meeting discussed various aspects related to promotion of skill development and creation of skilled manpower within the states.

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  • Sachin posts selfie with family on birthday; celebs wish the Master Blaster - The Economic Times

    Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar turned 42 on Friday and Bollywood celebrities like Anil Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh heaped praise on the "master of cricket".

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  • Jet Airways Offers Promotional Fares Starting Rs 1,755 - NDTV

    Jet Airways has joined the latest round of fare-war by offering special economy class fares starting Rs 1,755 on select domestic routes.

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  • A Day After Taking Digs At Mammootty, Ram Gopal Varma Apologizes

    Controversial filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma, who had taken digs at South superstar Mammootty a day ago after watching Mani Ratnam's O Kadhal Kanmani, apologized to the South star today in his tweets. O Kadhal Kanmani, which stars Mammootty's son Dulquer Salmaan, had impressed RGV a lot and he had taken to Twitter to praise him and take potshots at his father.

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  • Nepal quake: 'Aftershocks to be felt for 2-3 days'

    The massive earthquake of 7.7 to 7.9 magnitude that shook Nepal and several parts of North India close to noon today is a "shallow focus earthquake", that can potentially cause severe damage, a top seismologist here said. The earthquake which occurred around 1141 hours this morning with epicentre at a distance of 77 km from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, has a depth of 14-15 km. The earthquake will set off aftershocks for the next 2-3 days till the entire energy is dissipated. Hence, there is need for vigilance and caution, said RK Chadha from the National Geophysical Research Institute (NGRI), Hyderabad.

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  • Pakistan is not what India portrays it to be

    Oh, so women in Pakistan are allowed to go around without a head-to-toe black veil, burqa? Is pork banned in Pakistan? Are all Pakistani men bearded fundos ready to do an Osama bin Laden on the neighbour, or the neighbouring country, or the world in general? Pakistan has gay people?

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  • Netaji R.I.P.

    By a strange coincidence my recent trip to Manipur coincided with the Subhas Chandra Bose’s snooping controversy. As I was looking at the pictures displayed on the walls of the museum, I came across a photograph of three out of the seven survivors of Netaji’s controversial plane crash. On reaching Delhi I found a book which can, perhaps, put a lid on the controversy regarding Netaji’s death and the role of the INA trials in the freedom struggle. Jawaharlal Nehru, who along with three renowned barristers — Tej Bahadur Sapru, Balubhai Desai and Kailash Nath Katju — defended the INA heroes in the court martial, wrote: “Behind the law there was something deeper and more vital, something that stirred the subconscious depths of the Indian mind.

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  • India receives first upgraded Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft

    New Delhi: The Indian Air Force today received the first two upgraded Mirage-2000 aircrafts from France under a Rs 10,000 crore deal. On arrival, the two aircraft were accorded the traditional 'Water Cannon Salute'.The contract for upgradation was signed with Thales Aeroportes Systems and Dassault Aviation of France.The upgrade enhances the overall capability of aircrafts by equipping them with advanced avionics, weapons and self protection suites.The upgrade programme was successfully completed on schedule. The subsequent serried upgrade of the Mirage 2000 fleet is being carried out at HAL, Bangalore.

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  • We paid the price for not batting well: Sunrisers coach Moody

    Mumbai, April 25 (IANS) Sunrisers Hyderabad coach Tom Moody on Saturday said the poor batting performance right from the start against Mumbai Indians led to the team's loss in the Indian Premier League (IPL) encounter. After Mumbai Indians elected to bat, the visitors restricted the hosts to 157/8 in 20 overs.

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  • 13 everyday phrases that actually came from Shakespeare

    Shakespeare's original intent makes sense though, as many pickling processes require alcohol. In "Cymbeline," one of Shakespeare's lesser-known plays, Iachimo says to Posthumus Leonatus, "We will have these things set down by lawful counsel, and straight away for Britain, lest the bargain should catch cold and starve ... " (Act 1, Scene 4).

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  • Switzerland is the world's happiest country, researchers say

    By Maria Caspani NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Switzerland has the world's happiest people, according to researchers in a study released on Thursday. In the annual World Happiness Report, Iceland, Denmark, Norway and Canada followed in the rankings that measured happiness and well-being levels in 158 countries. The study, produced by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), found the most unhappy people lived in Togo, Burundi, Syria, Benin and Rwanda.

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  • Mamata Renames Six Cities in West Bengal

    West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today renamed six townships in the state, officials said. Of them, Siliguri will be known as Teesta, a major river in North Bengal, and Bolpur as 'Gitabitan', a popular compilation of songs of Rabindranath Tagore. The twin industrial towns of Asansol-Durgapur will be known as 'Agnibina', a collection of poems by poet Kazi Najrul Islam. Gajaldoba in Malda district has been rechristened as 'Mukta Tirtha' while Garia near this metropolis will become 'Uttam City', after the late matinee idol Uttam Kumar, the officials said.

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  • China to deliver 50 JF-17 jets to Pakistan

    Li Pei, former head of the aircraft project under the Aviation Industry Corporation of China, described the JF-17 as a major achievement in cooperation between Beijing and Islamabad in the defence sector.

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